Reviews of Chobe Game Lodge
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Fantastic stay at Chobe Game Lodge
We had an absolutely fantastic stay at Chobe Game Lodge this May. It was our first time in Botswana, a country I had always wanted to visit, and also our first time on safari, and it lived up to our expectations and then some! From the beautiful suite with huge terrace and plunge pool, the welcoming staff who were always on hand to answer any questions, to our eagle-eyed, friendly and knowledgeable guide Bee, we really couldn't have asked for more.
There are morning and afternoon/evening drives, as well as a river cruise in the afternoon, and you are obviously free to participate as often or as little as you choose. Meals are generally buffet-style, with attentive waiter service, and a wide range of tasty food available. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed, and warthogs roam around outside your door! We saw scores of elephants, giraffes, lions, buffalo, jackals, hippos, crocodiles, and more. Huge thanks to Bee, Vincent, Mytie, BK and everyone at the Lodge!
Transfers arranged through Expert Africa were hassle-free, and the exceptionally helpful Chloe was on hand to answer any questions whilst booking and prior to the trip. We would not hesitate to recommend Chobe Game Lodge and will certainly be booking our next trip to this part of the world through Expert Africa.
Chobe Game Lodge review
Loved the game drives, river trips, food, location, everything.
Except there was a problem with our transfer from Kasane airport to the lodge; luckily it was pointed out to us that the drive to Chobe Game Lodge was NOT possible in a two wheel drive vehicle, before we attempted it, and we feel that Expert Africa should have arranged a transfer from Kasane airport to the lodge.
Luckily, Connie, one of the lodge guides, happened to be picking up another couple at the airport and gave us a lift; otherwise, we would potentially have had a major problem.
Chobe Game Lodge review
A large more commercial game lodge which was a welcome change giving more luxury than an average camp.
It's in a national park and therefore night drives and off-roading is not allowed.
Plenty of lion, buffalo, large herds of elephant and large pods of hippo. The downside is that there are LOTS of other people from this an other lodges there too.
The food is good and includes game which, amazingly, was hard to find at other camps.