Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero
Chobe National Park
Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero is a luxurious riverside retreat in the heart of the bush on the edge of Chobe National Park. Chobe National Park is home to the world’s largest remaining population of elephants.
Over 80,000 Elephants roam and call Chobe their home. From the lodge’s elevated position guests can enjoy panoramic views over the Chobe River and floodplain below. The main guest area includes a lounge, library and dining room, which are linked to outdoor viewing patios. Guests are able to relax in the split-level swimming pool or unwind with a pampering session in the full service spa complete with a treetop treatment room
Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero’s fifteen suites all command stunning views and come with every convenience you could
hope for. Each suite measures approximately 61 square feet and has its own private garden – the perfect spot to sip cocktails, or enjoy a private dinner served under the African sky.
The en-suite bathrooms have a free standing bath tub as well as indoor and outdoor showers. The rooms are also equipped with air-conditioning, hairdryer, ceiling fan, in-room safe, mosquito nets and mini bar. Wireless internet access is available in all of the rooms of the lodge.
Three of the suites are Family Suites, offering an extra bedroom for families. The romantic Pool Suite features a private plunge pool, a private deck where guests will be able to enjoy private dinners for two under the stars and special turn downs every night. The lodge also features a curio shop. Electricity supply is a combination of silent generator and battery system.
What we love about this camp…
- The highest concentration of Elephants in Africa on the lodge’s doorstep
- Full service spa
- Sun downer cruises on the Chobe River in customized boats
- Families with children of all ages welcome
- Unique children’s activities available
Read our Country Information for travel advice to Botswana. if this is your first safari to Africa then read our blog Before you go on safari…
Combine this camp with Stanley’s Camp, Savuti Under Canvas or Little Mombo. If you want to see the Great Migration then explore Mara Nyika.
For further information on Chobe National park then read up about the incredible Chobe / Linyanti river system.