CHOBE WILDLIFE SAFARI
Botswana - Chobe National Park - Chobe River
Wildlife Abounds in a Land of Plenty
Visit Botswana’s ultimate wilderness, the Chobe National Park for an unforgettable 4 day safari. This extraordinary park encompasses riverine woodlands, the Caprivi floodplains and is flanked by the Okavango Delta to the southwest. The Chobe River winds through this expanse like an indigo ribbon, supporting vast numbers of bird and big game species. Spend your leisurely days enjoying river cruises, game drives and walking tours, and take some time out to simply relax at the lodge’s swimming pool.
Safari by riverboat and in open vehicles in the Chobe National Park, home to Africa’s largest concentration of elephants and an abundance of mammals and birds
An authentic, in the wild of Africa experience at a world-class safari lodge on the banks of the Chobe River
Fantastic wildlife photography opportunities, thanks to the dense animal population.
Depart Kasane Airport
Transfer from Kasane Airport to your lodge set in the northern Chobe region.
Enjoy a sundowner in the Chobe Forest Reserve before returning to the lodge for dinner and overnight. [D]
Day Two & Three
Spend your days at leisure. Choose between early morning and afternoon game drives or walks. Or simply relax at the lodge swimming pool. End the perfect day taking in the southern hemisphere’s constellations from the lodge’s viewing deck. Dinner and overnight at lodge. [FB]
Enjoy a safari activity this morning. Return to lodge for breakfast. Road transfer to Kasane Airport. [B]
Day One, Two & Three
Near the banks of the life-giving Chobe River, the Ngoma Safari Lodge offers contemporary safari luxury in a spectacular wilderness setting. Spacious suites stylishly incorporate ethnic and rustic styles with huge windows overlooking the river. Rooms are furnished with first-class amenities such as air conditioners, an open lounge and a private outdoor sanctuary. Enjoy game drives into the world famous Chobe National Park where you can see vast herds of elephants and other game; or embark on a safari river cruise. Between safaris, you can relax at the pool and let the tranquillity of the wilderness settle over you. In the evenings, sit around a roaring fire and feast on delicious meals prepared by the lodge’s chefs.