Chobe Water Villas
An exceptional Namibian establishment on the banks of the Chobe River at the top of the Zambezi Region where luxuriously adorned suites overlook the wildlife activity on the opposite bank. Daily boat cruises and game drives in Chobe National Park complete the experience.
Chobe Water Villas Introduction
Chobe Water Villas brings a new level of elegance and contemporary luxury to the Zambezi Region, right where the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers meet. Situated in the private Kasika Conservancy on the Namibian banks, 16 elaborate villas occupy the riverfront location and look onto Sedudu Island and Chobe National Park on the opposite side. Excellence abounds throughout the lodge, from the infinity pool, butler bar, multiple lounge areas, and riverside fire pits, to the individual thatched villas, which extend out over the water with private balconies. All amenities are at the fingertips, and exquisite furnishings create the soft, safari atmosphere.
- Bold textures, the use of light, natural materials, and interesting statement pieces dress the villas and the wining and dining areas in luxury, combining a classic African foundations with modern design features.
- Multiple lounges are serviced by the bar and restaurant to ensure refreshments are served wherever guests choose to relax with views over the river.
- Each of the 16 villas is equipped with WiFi, air-conditioning, mini-bars, linen bathrobes and slippers, and en suite bathrooms with tubs, showers, double vanities, and electric amenities.
- Exceptional meals are prepared for breakfast, lunch alfresco, high tea, and five-course dinners with wine to impress.
Chobe Water Villas Game Viewing and Activities
Two activities per day are included in the daily rate at Chobe Water Villas, and there are a handful of optional activities available at an additional cost, which enhance the experiential element of this beautiful area. Inclusive activities offered in the mornings are 4-5 hour game drives in Chobe National Park, or 3-4 hour boat cruises along Chobe River. Both include beverages and snacks. In the afternoons, sunset boat cruises on the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers, complete with refreshments, makes for an unforgettably scenic end to the day. Elephants are known to swim across the river from mainland to island; buffalo gather to drink and graze; hippo jostle in the waters, as crocodiles bask on the banks and birds of every description soar, skim, and sing in the air. Cultural tours, day trips to Victoria Falls, fishing charters, and photographic safaris are available for a minimum of two people per booking.
Chobe Game Lodge
Chobe Game Lodge is one of few safari options located within the borders of the Chobe National Park. It is a large lodge that is very well located on the banks of the Chobe river. It offers game drives and boating safari activities.
Desert & Delta Classic
This excellent 6-night safari explores the desert like area of the Makgadikagadi and the water wilderness that is the Okavango Delta. Activities include open 4x4 game drives with experienced game rangers, nature walks, mokoro (dugout canoe) rides and game watching activities.
Tucked away in the north eastern corner of Chobe National Park on the Linyanti waterways is Camp Linyanti. Remote, unspoilt, with the lagoons of the Linyanti floodplains before it, and riverine forests with huge trees surrounding it, Camp Linyanti is an undiscovered gem.