• Exterior seating, Chobe Safari Lodge

About Chobe Safari Lodge, Chobe National Park

About Chobe Safari Lodge, Chobe National Park

Sharing a border with Chobe National Park, this wonderful lodge is on the banks of the Chobe River in Kasabe, close to the borders of Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. With great access to Victoria Falls, Chobe and Caprivi, this is a spectacular spot to set yourself on your idyllic Botswana Safari.

Relax in the pool as thirsty game drinks from the adjacent Chobe River, take part in a huge range of wildlife activities, then sit back and absorb this magical lodge, in the even more impressive setting.

Lodge Details


A luxurious safari lodge with a range of uniquely designed accommodation.


In close proximity to the Victoria Falls, Livingstone and Kasane International Airports, close to the meeting of Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia, with great access to Chobe National Park.

Accommodation & Facilities

There are 46 safari rooms, the newest additions to the lodge, offering air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms and a private patio with views to the river. River rooms are north-east facing, attached to the main lodge complex, with their own gardens, great for photographing the resident monkeys and mongooses. These units are air-conditioned and feature twin beds, en-suite bathrooms and their own patio, whether you are in an upstairs or downstairs unit. The rondavels are the original accommodation of the lodge, independently positioned, thatched units, a short walk from the main complex. There is also camping available here.

The expansive restaurant sprawls outside, and the Cocktail Bar & Sedudu Bars have wonderful sunset or Caprivi floodplain views. 

There is also a Health and Beauty Salon, Squash Court, Internet Café and Curio and Craft Shop.


A sublime variety of cuisine is available, from English and Continental breakfasts, a la carte and buffet lunches or exotic game meats, barbecues, stir fries or even Indian food for dinner. Dinner can also be enjoyed aboard one of the boats, the Fish Eagle II or the Kingfisher II, with a range of local and international cuisine.


Game Drives are available throughout Chobe National Park to view the abundant game and large predators. Cruise the Chobe River in search of the incredible amount of wildlife, from the 80,000 elephant that live in the park to the hippo, water birds, buffalo, crocodile and puku. Fish for Tigerfish and several species of Bream and watch some incredible game and wildlife viewings at the same time! Day trips can be taken to Victoria Falls, enjoy a Namibian Village Walk, take a scenic flight or do some birding…

Child Policy

Children welcome and there are a range of family units available.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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