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ESCAPE THE CROWDS IN CHOBE

September 24, 2018

 

On the less busy western side of Chobe Forest Reserve lies Muchenje Safari Lodge, set in an unspoilt safari playground situated on an escarpment.

With wonderful views of the Chobe River, the Caprivi Strip and seasonal flood plains. Far away from the overcrowded parts of Chobe National Park. Providing visitors with both peace, tranquillity and a high density of game due to its close proximity to the river, staying at Muchenje offers the perfect combination of harmony, beautiful scenery and animal encounters due to its unique location.

The Chobe River provides a vital source of water to a diverse number of wildlife, with many animals visiting to drink, bathe and play. No visit to Muchenje is complete without a boat trip on the river itself allowing clients to enjoy a picnic lunch and see most of the park’s interesting wildlife and birdlife from a different perspective.

Clients are practically guaranteed to see elephants in Chobe as it is famed for its large elephant populations, whether that be watching large herds cross the dirt roads or playing in the river. Not only is it famous for its huge herds of elephants, but also buffalo and lions. There are also numerous antelope alongside a large number of hippos all found within this area of Chobe.

 

Muchenje Safari Lodge offers eleven en-suite rooms that are exquisitely furnished and have a wonderful African ambience. The elegant main lodge incorporates a dining area, a bar and a viewing platform, whilst the lodge’s swimming pool offers fantastic views across the flood plain, providing a tranquil setting for your clients to relax.

 

Rates start at $550pppn, for more information contact kristina@kamageo.com

 

 

 

 

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