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Muchenje Safari Lodge is situated within the Chobe Forest Reserve on the exclusive western side of the Chobe National Park.

The 11 thatched chalets are privately laid out along the edge of the escarpment overlooking the banks of the Chobe River.  All of the chalets are decorated with “rustic luxury” and each has a deck to enjoy panoramic views of the floodplain.  The rooms have air conditioning, separate bathroom area with showers, private verandas and view of Chobe floodplain.  The main building incorporates an elegant dining area, bar, library and a small gift shop. There is also a swimming pool. 

You can enjoy the friendly hospitality of this privately owned and managed lodge, where you can explore the region on morning, afternoon and night game drives with professional guides.  Venture onto the Chobe River by boat to witness active herds of elephants and other wildlife attracted to the water’s edge.  You can go on guided bush walks and visit the local village to meet the people that make Botswana such a special place.

Chobe is world famous for its huge herds of elephants and buffalo. Prolific wildlife with over 450 bird species and 75 species of mammals.  Muchenje is a lovely location to appreciate the huge diversity of species unmatched anywhere in Botswana.



Eleven en suite rooms styled on rustic luxury.



Open Season

Open all year round

Safari Experience

Early morning Game drives, Walking safaris

Game viewing by boat

Afternoon game drives

Full day game drive with lunch

Night drives (after dinner activity)

Birding and specialist interest safaris

Cultural visit to school and village

Wildlife & Birdlife

Chobe is famous for a reason … Elephants, plus huge herds of Buffalo, Zebra, Giraffe, Kudu, Sable, Roan, Bushbuck, Hippo, Crocodile, Leopard and Wild Dog are frequent.

There are also over 400 species of birds.

Added Extras

Private dinners and bush braais (bbq’s) can be arranged for couples celebrating a special occasion, and they may be serenaded by the camp choir!