Chobe Chilwero

Chobe Chilwero borders onto Chobe National Park.This lodge has 15 Luxury cottages,and a full spa.We can create for you a Spa Safari experience,as part of your Botswana Safari.

 Chobe Chilwero is located deep in the bush,which gives its private  feeling.From the main lodge area,you have stunning views to the Chobe River.

Chobe National Park is well know for its Elephant population,however it has large herds of buffalo,resident carnivores,and lots of grazing antelope.

The unique feature of Chobe National Park is the Chobe rive.Safari activities are conducted on the the river,as well as by game drives.

 

Botswana Safari Location: Chobe National Park,Botswana

Best time to visit: April to December.

Approximate per night rate : From$620 per night per person share.

Include
All meals and drinks (excluding premium brands)
Park fees
Laundry
Emergency medical evacuation
The following activities: morning and afternoon game drives, sundowner cruise

Camp activities:Game Drives, Boat/River Safaris,Birding.

 

Guest Room

Each guest room at Chobe Chilwero  has

  • two showers – one inside and one outside.
  • Freestanding tubs in the bathroom
  •  own private garden

You can have a private dinner in your garden,under the Africa sky.

The spa at Chobe Chilwero, is a full spa.It includes:

  •  indoor spa bath,
  • Vichy showers,
  • hydrotherapy,
  • plunge pool,
  • relaxation area
  • private treatment rooms,one  is elevated in the treetops.

 

Wild Dogs in Chobe National Park

The Elephants of Chobe National Park are  the largest population left in Africa,in this area between Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

At Chobe Chilwero your game drives are in open-sided 4 x 4 vehicles.Other animals in Chobe  are  hippos, buffalos, puku,antelope,lions,leopard, buffalo, a rich bird life,and occasionally buffalo.

The unique feature of Chobe are the river safari, on which riverboats get you up close to the animals on the riverbank,as they come to drink.

A Sundowner cruises is an amazing time to be on the river in Chobe National Park.

 

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