Located in the Chobe Forest Reserve just 3km from the Chobe National Park (a region renowned for its outstanding wildlife, in particular the famous Chobe Elephants, and home to more than 75 mammal and 450 bird species), Ngoma Safari Lodge commands awe-inspiring views over the Chobe River and floodplains.

The lodge’s central area includes a well-appointed sitting room, dining room and bar area as well as a plunge pool. Each private river-facing suite offers quiet refuge, and is one of only eight luxuriously styled and spacious lodges, each complete with bath, indoor and outdoor showers and a private outdoor living area with a “refresh and relax pool”.

Due to it’s location in the Chobe Forest Reserve, the lodge can offer game walks with a professional guide as well as night drives. Activities include a full day safari comprising a drive in the Chobe National Park, a cruise and a picnic lunch, day or night drives, walks and birding. Visits to the local village may also be arranged.

Ngoma Safari Lodge, developed with the Chobe Enclave Conservation Trust, is committed to making a sustainable difference to the local communities and their environment.


Each of the lodge’s 8 river-facing suites offers quiet refuge in a luxurious setting with an emphasis on space and comfort, and comes complete with overhead fan, air conditioning, mini-bar and tea/coffee facilities, bath, indoor and outdoor showers as well as a private outdoor living area with a ‘refresh and relax’ pool. All rooms are equipped with three-quarter beds that can be converted to a King size bed. Two of the eight suites have Indian day beds and may be used as triples. Each of the suites has a view of the river and offers the opportunity to see the famous Chobe elephants, migrating zebra or buffalo grazing on the floodplain below.?


With our association with CECT, cultural experiences and interaction with the community are an integral part of the lodge’s activities and these include visits to the local school, the clinic and the village.
Activities include:

  • A full day safari: - includes a cruise on the Chobe River, driving within the Chobe National Park and a picnic lunch and drinks.
  • Game Drives: - in the region there are over 75 species of mammals day drives are into Chobe National Park.
  • Night game drives are on the concession.
  • Birding:- there are over 450 species to be spotted in the region.
  • Panoramic views overlooking the Chobe River and Floodplain.


Flights via Kasane Airport - Botswana, Victoria Falls Airport - Zimbabwe or Livingstone Airport - Zambia.
Road transfers are approximately 1 hour 15 minutes from the Kazungula border with Zambia, 1 hour from Kazungula Border with Zimbabwe, 45 minutes from Kasane Airport and approximately 3 hours from Livingstone or Victoria Falls airports.