Ngoma Safari Lodge
Situated overlooking the Chobe River and an adjacent floodplain Ngoma Safari Lodge is new to the Chobe Forest Reserve, having opened in early 2011. It's one of only one of a handful of lodges along this western section of the Chobe riverfront, which received many less visitors than the area to the west. None of the Expert Africa team has, as yet, stayed at Ngoma, but one of us visited the Lodge in June 2011, shortly after it opened.
Our view of Ngoma Safari Lodge
Ngoma Safari Lodge is a new addition to the quieter western end of the Chobe Riverfront area - with good design and fantastic views. Its large 'suites' are light, airy and well-designed with great views. Being in a forest reserve does allow the lodge to offer a wider variety of activities than if it stood in a national park. Combine this with the area having relatively lower densities of visitors than further west on the riverfront, and we are cautiously optimistic that Ngoma Safari Lodge will be popular when it's better known.
Ngoma Safari Lodge: Traveller ratings
Ngoma Safari Lodge is situated on the western section of the Chobe riverfront