Access to Chobe Savanna Lodge is easy. Many access points include Kasane (in Botswana) and Katima Mulilo (in Namibia). From Kasane immigration, our safari guides will take you through Botswana & Namibian immigration and after a short 45 minute scenic boat cruise, you are home. For self drive clients arriving at Katima Mulilo, transfer by vehicle and boat can be arranged.
If you are self driving to Kasane, you can leave your vehicle at the Kasane International Airport. This is free and safe. A representative will pick you up there at a prearranged time to transfer you to Kasane Immigration. If you are self driving through Namibia, you can leave your car in Katima Mulilo or at Nakabulelwa. A vehicle and boat will be sent to pick you up from there.
The Chobe River is a world renowned wildlife destination and boasts arguably the best game viewing opportunities from the water. With twice daily boat cruises and an incredible location overlooking one of the Chobe National Parks most productive game viewing floodplains (The Puku Flats), there is plenty to see and do at the lodge. For those guests who do wish to get out on a drive, we can arrange for a morning game drive in the Chobe National Park for an extra fee.
Our Chobe Savanna Lodge rates are all-inclusive. Inclusions are; Accommodation, scheduled activities, all meals, refreshments, local spirits and wines, laundry service, VAT and transfers to/from Kasane
Exclusions are; Transfers to and from Nakabolelwa or Katima Mulilo, premium branded spirits, curio shop items and tips
The Chobe Riverfront is one of the most well recognized and celebrated wildlife and birding destinations in Africa. With that being said, the animals roam freely and move at will. This means there are no guarantees.
The Chobe Riverfront is home to 4 of the big five, namely; elephant, buffalo, lion and leopard. General game such as giraffe, various antelope, hippo, crocodile, zebra and warthog are commonly sighted. Special sightings can include the rare Puku antelope, wild dog, honey badgers, brown hyena and serval. The Chobe National Park is also home to over 450 bird species including incredible migratory birds such as the African Skimmer.