Chobe Safari Lodge Rooms

Accommodation at Chobe Safari Lodge consists of 46 Luxury Safari Rooms, 22 Luxury River Rooms and 8 Rondavels. Family rooms with a separate child's room consisting of bunk beds are also available. All the rooms have stunning views of Chobe River.

With the spectacular transformation of the Rondavels now complete and a host of improvements such as completely new bathrooms, beds, TVs, soft furnishings, carpets and kingsize mosquito nets, Chobe Safari Lodge's extensive upgrade programme is nearing its completion with the Safari Rooms and River Rooms sporting a fresh new-look.


Safari Rooms

The 46 safari rooms look onto expansive lawns which form the banks of the Chobe River. Each room has its own private patio from which you can enjoy views of the Chobe River. The safari rooms are individually decorated and offer every comfort. Each safari room has air-conditioning, luxurious en-suite bath and shower facilities, as well as satellite TV.


River Rooms

The River Room wing is attached to the main lodge building via a down stairs corridor or upstairs viewing deck. The river room complex also has it's own riverside garden where guests often take time to photograph the resident monkeys and mongoose. Both the upstairs and downstairs units enjoy their own private patios and all river rooms have two double beds. The North East facing luxurious twin-bed river rooms are air-conditioned and offer the convenience of phone, TV and large en-suite bathrooms.


Family Rooms

The Chobe Safari Lodge family rooms are similar to the Safari Rooms but have a separate child's room consisting of a bunk bed and can sleep a maximum of 2 adults and 2 children under 12.



One of Chobe Safari Lodges original accommodation types, the traditional thatched rondavels have recently been completely remodelled & renovated. They are independently positioned, with air-conditioner and large modern en-suite bathrooms. These detached units are positioned close to the river in the lodge gardens. The rondavels are positioned to the west of the main complex and are also a very short walk to the main complex.