The property covers 30 hectares of land (Forest Reserve), mostly undeveloped and is a sanctuary for the Chobe Bushbuck. The entry gate to the Chobe National Park is a mere 12km away.
The lodge offers eleven wooden, thatched chalets, elevated on stilts each with a balcony. All are set on expansive lawns beneath giant ebony and wild fig trees along the banks of the river. All chalets have en-suite bathrooms. A ceiling fan, tea/coffee machine and mosquito net over each bed are provided. The pool is set down by the river with pool loungers under the trees. The restaurant consists of an indoor dining room, with an upstairs lounge and bar. A two tier wooden verandah allows for meals to be set outdoors. A separate “braai” (barbecue) area leads to a small boma that is available for private dinners. The summer house and reading lounge is situated behind chalet seven, the reading lounge has some comfortable chairs, magazines, books and board games as well as a writing desk to use for writing the postcards. There is also health and beauty spa if you like to get spoilt and a curio shop to kill some time in.
Activities on offer are game drives to the Chobe National Park, boat cruises on the Chobe, fully guided fishing trips, shorter or longer trips from the Lodge on the upper Chobe (above the rapids), day trips to the Victoria Falls, self guided “Nature Trail” on the property of Kubu Lodge, a visits to a working crocodile farm and the Biodiversity Centre.
Children are welcomed on request.
Bed and breakfast rates from $300 USD per person per night sharing.
Dinner, bed and breakfast rates from $375 USD per person per night sharing.
Fully inclusive rates from $732 USD per person per night
(includes 3 meals, laundry, tea and coffee, two activities per day into Chobe National Park, return airport transfers)
Three night packages and triple room rates at lower rates available.