Situated in Kasane and only 150m from the Chobe River, Chobe Bush Lodge is a choice accommodation for exploring the surrounds. The lodge is set near the borders of four African countries and is easily accessed from Victoria Falls, Livingstone and Kasane International Airports.
Bordering the Chobe National Park visitors to Chobe Bush Lodge can expect supreme game viewing. Indulge in fabulous sightings of elephant, red lechwe, lion, leopard, giraffe, buffalo, hippo, kudu and African wild dog. Such wildlife is typically seen on a game drive, however there are plenty of other species to discover. Embarking on some of the lodge's excellent activities is the perfect gateway to enjoying thrilling sightings. Game drives are the staple means of exploration while cruises are also on offer. For the more adventurous there's the chance to take on a day trip to Victoria Falls, scenic flights and a Namibian village walk.
Retiring to the lodge after a long day is a cosy affair. Relax in your luxury en-suite room, with modern-bush style design. Interiors feature comfortable beds, a TV, safe and air conditioning, while the open plan bathrooms include both a bath and shower. The main facilities at the lodge are equally well-appointed. Expect a swimming pool and deck area, a comfortable lounge, a curio shop and an excellent restaurant.
A short drive from Kasane International Airport.
Game drives, boat cruises, scenic flights, fishing and excursions to Victoria Falls, the Okavango Delta, the Reptile Park and Namibian Village walks.
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Review of Chobe Bush Lodge
This lodge was very good with a wonderful large suite. Game drives and boat trip included were excellent, with abundance of animal sightings though we had to miss one included boat trip due to effects of food poisoning from Namushasha. One specific aspect that could be improved was the restaurant set-up - this seemed to be uncomfortably hot at all times, also with lots of flying insects. …
Felt more like a Disney Adventure Park ride than a safari: 9 passengers to a jeep, shortened drives (3 hours including the 30 minutes to get to the national park and register), too much traffic (I counted 13 jeeps full of people staring at a single leopard once morning which obviously bothered the animal), guides were not as informative.
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