Chobe Savanna Lodge

Enquire Now

Situated in the Eastern Caprivi of Namibia, on a peninsula on the northern bank of the Chobe River, Chobe Savanna Lodge overlooks the vast floodplains of the Chobe National Park’s Puku Flats. The lodge offers guests a hideaway for those looking for an exclusive Chobe River experience. The area is renowned for its diverse and prolific wildlife including the rare puku antelope. It is home to large herds of elephant, buffalo and hippo, as well as concentrations of other wildlife which come down to the river's edge to drink, graze and hunt.


Chobe Savanna Lodge is relaxed and informal, set in a classic African Savanna environment with sweeping vistas surrounding the lodge. The focal point of the lodge is a thatched open sided main building which features a 270 degree view over the Chobe River and beyond to the Chobe National Park. The Lodge accommodates only 24 guests in elegantly furnished thatched chalets, all with private decks, a combined bedroom / lounge area and en-suite facilities. All chalets are air-conditioned and have complimentary mini bars.


Facilities include a swimming pool and an open boma area on the banks of the Chobe River.


Chobe Savanna Lodge offers guests the choice of just taking “time out” or joining in one of the many activities offered at the lodge.

Guests have a choice of boat excursions in small manoeuvrable boats which are ideal for close up encounters with wildlife along the river's edge, fishing (catch & release) for bream or tigerfish, and cultural village visits to one of the surrounding local communities, where guests can observe the deep-rooted traditional life styles of the local people.

Chobe Savanna Lodge is proudly assisting in preparing the community for their future roles as custodians of the conservancy project, initiated by the local community, in terms of enabling community based natural resource legislation. Our ongoing education and introduction to the immediate benefits of eco-tourism, rather than unsustainable depletion of the natural resources, have led to a new generation of environmentally conscious citizens. The Savanna Conservancy will be part of the proposed Trans-frontier Conservation Area.

  Enquire Now

Copyright © 2009 | All rights reserved 
  |   Links Directory  |  Sitemap
Join Finding Africa on Facebook
  Video Diaries     
Video diaries on Youtube