We spend two nights at each camp/lodge then fly bush planes to the next. Each camp is equipped with a guest lounge area, dinning area, pool, bar, gift shop and a game viewing location (many times that’s just sitting on your tent’s deck.)
Our tents/rooms are five star all the way from the raised teak deck they are pitched on, to your en-suite bath and wardrobe cabinet with fluffy robes and slippers.
Each camp is located in a different environmental setting allowing us to see a vast number of wildlife species. While some animals such as elephants, lions and impala are seen everywhere, we’ll see bushbuck, sable and roan only along the Chobe River, red lechwe in the Okavango Delta and wild dogs closer to the Kalahari Desert.
We wake early for a predawn continental breakfast and are out game viewing just before sunrise. Returning three or so hours later we are greeted by a full brunch.
The remainder of the morning and early afternoon are spent at leisure: reading a book, taking a dip in the pool, napping or watching nearby wildlife. Late afternoon we’ll gather for tea and our evening game drive, sundowners (your beverage of choice), dinner, after dinner drinks around the camp fire and a good nights rest.
Rising early again we have our last game drive in the area. After brunch and a quick repack, we take the short ride back to the airstrip for our flight to the next camp.
From The Chobe Game Lodge we will travel to the most northeast corner of Botswana where we'll cross the Chobe river to Zambia. After clearing customs at the rivers edge, our driver will take us to the town of Livingstone and the Royal Livingstone Hotel. Our hotel is located on the edge of the Zambezi river just a few hundred yards from the top of Victoria Falls, one of the worlds great wonders.
Walking paths lead you through the resort to the north gate and access to great views of the falls. Wildlife freely roams the resorts extensive grounds and surrounding forest.
Our next morning starts with a wild jet boat ride on the rapids of the Zambezi river. The tour includes stops at several local villages where we will learn how these wonderful people live and work.
Our activities include morning and afternoon game drives throughout the many different ecosystems that the Moremi Game Reserve has to offer. Explore the Xakanaxa Lagoon and its surrounding channels by boat for a chance to enjoy the picturesque waters of the Okavango Delta, with its kaleidoscope of birdlife.
Experienced guides will introduce you to a whole new world of wildlife; watch a Leopard stretched out lazily in the branches of a Mopane tree, herds of Elephant grazing under a canopy of green or a pride of Lions camouflaged in the long grass.
Moremi Game Reserve’s incredible wetlands support a vast number of antelope, including Impala, Kudu and Waterbuck. The majestic Fish Eagle and vivid Malachite Kingfisher are frequently seen and even the rare Pel’s Fishing Owl makes an occasional appearance, to the delight of guides and guests alike.
Our individual tents each include an En-suite bathroom comprising of a shower, vanity and toilet. Guests will enjoy the luxurious seclusion of East African-style safari tents, each one set on a raised teak deck. Accommodating a maximum of twenty-four guest,
Camp Moremi ensures exclusivity and privacy in a tranquil environment.Game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, both in the morning and late afternoons, offer frequent sightings of lion, leopard and cheetah as well as wild dog.
Additional facilities include a secluded swimming pool with sundeck and thatched boma where brunch and high tea are served.
Activities are organised around game drives throughout the Savute area in open 4x4 safari vehicles. Many trips will incorporate a visit to the Savute Marsh to give you a chance to see the historic presence of the Savute Channel at the marsh against a backdrop of teeming wildlife.
Guests can also enjoy a visit to the ancient San rock paintings at Gubatsa Hills – a small hilly outcrop which forms a prominent landmark in the otherwise flat landscape.
The area is renowned for its population of bull elephants, antelope and number of loin, leopard and the occasional cheete. Our dedicated guide's knowledge, observations and training enables them to put us in the right spots for the most amazing game viewing experiences.
Open 4x4 guided game drives are conducted in the Savute area. Our experienced guides explain the areas wildlife and geological history adding magic to a delightful African safari.
All suites have private decks, combined bedroom, sitting areas and en-suite facilities. The group area, library and cocktail bar are situated in an exquisite thatch and timber main building.
Savute boasts a viewing deck, an al fresco dining area and swimming pool – which is ideal for watching game at the waterhole. These features set the lodge apart from other typical safari destinations.
The lodge accommodates up to 94 guests in absolute luxury. Rooms are river-facing, and include minibars, en-suite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities as well as private terraces. Other facilities include broadband internet, billiards, library, gym, beauty salon, a stylish cigar bar overlooking the Chobe River, large terraced swimming pool and riverside boma (patio) area.
Our morning safari starts with a cup of tea or coffee and a freshly baked muffin on the veranda with the mist rising over the river in the background. Birdcalls echo around the gardens to herald the dawn.
On return from the game drive and after a hearty breakfast, you can watch the animals begin to come down to the river, or spot wildlife across the floodplains on a mid-morning safari boat cruise. After lunch and a rest there is a choice of afternoon game drives or sunset safari cruises.
Game viewing reaches its peak as the heat of the afternoon draws the elephant and other wildlife to the river. Don’t miss the safari cruise for the most spectacular sunsets on earth!
Chobe Game Lodge has the only all-female guiding team in Africa. Fourteen professional guides from Botswana will share with you their intimate knowledge of the wildlife and flora of Chobe National Park. Not only are they qualified and enthusiastic nature guides but the team of lady guides will also share with us their passion for Botswana and their culture, ensuring that each guest leaves with a more rounded knowledge of this wonderful nation.
Late morning and early afternoon are spent relaxing around the camp. The pool is a great place to cool off and still enjoy some gameviewing.
Dining Boma at Savuti Camp.
Whether we are in a tent, cabin or lodge room; our accommodations are first class, all with private ensuite bathes and many deluxe extras.
Experience fine dining with an African flare. Highly trained chefs will delight you as well as take care of any special dietary needs.
Our tents/rooms are five star all the way; from the raised teak deck they are pitched on, to your private en-suite bath and wardrobe cabinet complete with fluffy robes and slippers.
As sunset approaches our guide finds a scenic location to stop for a stretch and our chosen sundowner drinks and snacks.
While gameviewing in our open land rovers, we'll see herds of elephant, zebra, wildebeest, kudo, impala and lion (to name a few) surrounding us. All ignoring our presence, because the animals know the vehicle is not a threat, we become a part of the wildlife’s world and can view their antics up close and personal.Our licensed guides not only help us spot the local wildlife, they explain their habits and habitat.
Our guides Knowledge includes all that surrounds us; animals, birds, reptiles, insects, plants and trees.