Ngoma Safari Lodge is situated in Northern Botswana within the Chobe Forest Reserve bordering the western edge of Chobe National Park and overlooking the Chobe River. Ngoma Safari Lodge is located 55 km from Kasane and 135 km from the mighty Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. All 8 river facing suites have spacious internal and external living areas, a bath, an inside and outside shower, overhead fans, air conditioning, mini bar, tea/coffee facilities and an open lounge. Each of the suites will have a view of the river and offer the opportunity to see the famous Chobe elephants, migrating zebra or buffalo grazing on the floodplain below, depending on the season.
The central guest area is built adjacent to a magnificent baobab overlooking the Chobe River and incorporates a reception, guest sitting room, dining room and bar area and curio shop. Internet and communication facilities are also available as well as a swimming pool, sundeck and adjacent viewing platform.
Cultural experiences and interaction with the community are paramount at Ngoma Safari Lodge, including visits to the local school, the clinic and the village. As Ngoma Safari Lodge is situated in a forest reserve, both walking and night drives are permitted. Other activities include: game walks on the concession escorted by an armed, professional guide, game drives, birding as well as a full day game activity such as cruising on the Chobe River and driving within the Chobe National Park.
Spacious internal and external living areas, a bath, an inside and outside shower, overhead fans, air conditioning, mini bar, tea/coffee facilities and an open lounge. Sitting room, dining room and bar area and curio shop. Swimming pool, sundeck and adjacent viewing platform.
Chobe National Park is home to huge herds of elephant, buffalo and Burchell's zebra and high densities of predators such as lion, leopard, spotted hyena and cheetah. The park is also notable for the presence of more unusual antelope species like roan and sable, puku, tsessebe, eland, red lechwe, waterbuck, and the rare Chobe bushbuck. Other more popular species such as giraffe, kudu, warthog, wildebeest and impala also abound.
Game drives, boat cruises, cultural visits and walking safaris.
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Make sure you fit in a sunset cruise while you’re here. Often elephants will come to drink at this time. Silhouette these against the sunset for the classic safari photo.
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