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Located within the Chobe Forest Reserve, bordering the Chobe National Park, Ngoma Safari Lodge commands panoramic views over the Chobe River and Caprivi floodplain from its elevated perch on the rocky escarpment.

Eight comfortable suites have distant river views and are constructed of brick and thatch. Each has an open-plan bathroom and deck with an outdoor plunge pool, affording guests lovely spaces from which to appreciate the ambiance. Two of the rooms feature extra day beds making them suitable for families sharing. Built adjacent to a magnificent Baobab, the appealing central areas have an ethnic flavour, the bar, sitting area and outdoors zones boasting magnificent views.

Between exciting game drives through Chobe, night drives in the Forest Reserve concession, and cultural interactions, unwind on sundecks or viewing decks, keeping an eye out for the large herds of elephant and buffalo for which Chobe is world-renowned.


Brick & Thatch Suites


8 Suites

Open Season

Open all year round

Safari Experience

On arrival enjoy sundowner cocktails on the banks of the Chobe River.

Next morning there will be an optional early morning guided walk in the Chobe Forest Reserve followed by breakfast.

After breakfast you will depart on a full day safari including a game drive in the Chobe National Park, a picnic lunch and a cruise on the Chobe River.

You will return to the lodge at approximately 1800hrs.  Dinner is followed by an optional night drive in the Chobe Forest Reserve.

Wildlife & Birdlife

Botswana’s Chobe National Park is the country’s third-largest nature reserve.

Visitors to the park can look forward to spotting a large variety of wildlife, including birds, herbivores, and of course the famous Chobe Elephants.

The park is divided into four areas, each distinguished by a unique ecosystem. Because the park’s natural environment changes as one region gives way to another, the variety of Chobe wildlife differs depending on the location. 

Species that may be seen in the various parts of the park are the Chobe elephants, giraffe, sable, Cape buffalo, puku antelope, zebra, wildebeest, warthogs, impala, kudu, hippo, crocodile, lion, hyena, cheetah, leopard, wild dog and roan antelope. 

Bird spotters will enjoy looking out for the carmine bee-eater, and when the river is in flood a host of aquatic birds including ducks, storks, ibis, and waterfowl may be seen.

Added Extras

Special private dinners for guests celebrating special anniversaries or on honeymoon.