Sandibe Safari Lodge
Adjacent to Moremi Game Reserve, Sandibe Safari Lodge stands among towering stands of palm trees, thick riverine vegetation and several huge old baobabs. It's a lovely mix of forested areas interspersed with floodplains and permanent deep-water channels. The lodge itself occupies a linear stretch of land along the Santantadibe River (from where the lodge gets its name): a deep, wide channel leading to several beautiful lagoons.
Our view of Sandibe Safari Lodge
Sandibe Safari Lodge is a substantial lodge by Botswana's standards, and its solid 'cottages' make it feel more permanent than most of the Delta's camps. However, this still isn't a large lodge and you definitely won't forget you're in the bush. From the baboons in the trees to the bats in the roof there is wildlife everywhere – and that's before you've even gone on one of Sandibe's many game-viewing activities. The guiding here is great and the staff very attentive.
Sandibe Safari Lodge: Traveller ratings
The main area at Sandibe Safari Lodge is built two-storeys high, and very stylishly done.