Chobe Bush Lodge
Chobe Bush Lodge: Our View
Chobe Bush Lodge, the newer sister lodge to Chobe Safari Lodge, lies behind Chobe Safari Lodge off river, overlooking the boundary of Chobe National Park. The lodge has a modern contemporary design, and boasts 38 luxury en suite rooms and 4 family suites. The rooms are all air-conditioned, and have wifi, satellite TV and phone. Communal facilities include a large swimming pool and deck, restaurant and bars, curio shop and a health and beauty salon. Activities available include Chobe river cruises and Chobe Game drives, fishing, and Victoria Falls day trips.
Chobe Bush Lodge offers excellent value for money in the Chobe area, and being smaller than Chobe Safari Lodge, the Bush Lodge has a quieter atmosphere. The facilities at Chobe Safari Lodge are available to all guests staying at the Bush Lodge and vice versa, as the properties are literally across the road from each other.
The inclusions at the lodge vary and will be indicated on individual itineraries. During your stay you will liaise with the booking office to co-ordinate activities which may include game drives in the Chobe National Park and boat cruises on the Chobe River, according to what you have arranged with us. In Addition Chobe Safari Lodge offers optional fishing trips and day trips to Victoria Falls or Livingstone which is 80 km away. The lodge is only 3 km from the airport.
Chobe Bush Lodge: Quick Facts
- 38 Luxury en suite rooms
- 4 luxury family suites
- Chobe river cruises
- Chobe Game drives
- Fishing (in season between March and December)
- Additional Victoria Falls day trips available
- Swimming pool
- Health and beauty salon
Chobe Bush Lodge: The Details
Although one of the larger accommodation options in Kasane, and more of a hotel than a guest lodge, Chobe Bush Lodge offers excellent value for money, and is a good option for families with children.
There are bushbuck that live around the gardens, and the views over the National Park from the rooms and the swimming pool and restaurant mean you can often spot elephant and other game coming past on their way to the river to drink.