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My family and I stayed here. It is a well done mid range lodge that is a good base to explore Chobe River. The team are very friendly and helpful, the food is good, guides are okay and the views are lovely.
Lots of mongoose...More
We stayed in the lodge for 3 nights to explore the Chobe National Park by game drive and boat cruises. The game drives with the lodge’s partner company Puku (we especially recommend the guide King who has a vast knowledge of all animals and always...More
We used Kubu Lodge as a base for our game drives and other day trips. We found the staff to be very welcoming, friendly and helpful: Sharon, Susan, Doreen, Paulos and Shakes (to name just a few) were exceptional!
The menus were not extensive, but...More
staff is very friendly, at the reception, as well as at the restaurant.The friendliest staff we've come across in NA. Nice chalets, wonderfull to see the animals when you open your door. The cook should google what chocolate mousse a.s.o means, every meal was nice...More
We had just come from Victoria Falls Hotel and Menoakwena camp both of which had incredible service so we were a bit disappointed here in comparison.
However the location is good and I liked the grounds with bushbuck, warthog and mongoose. Though no clear view...More
Hi Wendy. I presume you want to stay here to visit Chobe NP. I found Chobe a bit disappointing as it was so busy - had a few good animal sights, mainly on the river cruise - but too many boats and vehicles on the land tour... More
Hi Wendy. I presume you want to stay here to visit Chobe NP. I found Chobe a bit disappointing as it was so busy - had a few good animal sights, mainly on the river cruise - but too many boats and vehicles on the land tour (morning). Mind you, some of our group did the evening land tour and there weren't many people and they had some good sightings. We stayed two nights and that was plenty.
I haven't been to Moremi or Savuti but did visit Kruger, Etosha and Makgadigadi on my recent trip and enjoyed these much more than Chobe.
Re the accommodation, we stayed in a lodge at Kubu for one night rather than camping (just a stopover on our way back from Maun and the Makgadigadi Pans which were fantastic - both salt pans and NP are highly recommended). There were some tours organised from here but we didn't do any as we were returning to the area in a few days with a safari group and stayed closer to the NP at Chobe Safari Lodge - there is camping there right by the river which looked quite nice.
If you want any more information, please let me know.
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"All rooms overlook the riverine woodland along the edge of the Chobe River"