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How to Choose Safari Accommodation

How to Choose Safari Accommodation

Imagine sleeping in a humble tent in the deepest African bushveld, only accompanied by the raw sounds of wilderness. For many, this is precisely how a safari should be experienced. But safari accommodation comes in a variety of other forms too. From camping on the banks of the Chobe River to staying in modern boutique rooms with stylish design, there are plenty of options to choose from.

Luxury Safari Tents

Sleeping in a safari tent gives you the opportunity to be close to nature and experience the real spirit of Africa. Hearing wildlife roaming past your tent or birds chirping their melodious mating calls near Pom Pom, Gunns Camp or Moremi Crossing in the heart of the Okavango Delta is a thrilling affair.

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Safari Rooms

Staying in a contemporary setting can also be a base for your Botswana safari experience. Chobe Bush Lodge’s rooms provide a comfortable stay with bush-style design. The safari rooms are made of an intriguing mix of modern-day luxuries and traditional African décor.

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Camping

Camping is a brilliant option for those who are keen to experience an authentic wilderness stay. You cannot get much closer to wild nature than setting up a tent on a campsite overlooking the Chobe floodplains or just beyond the secluded Makgadikgadi Salt Pan, surrounded by utter silence.

Thatched Chalets

The great thing about Nata Lodge’s chalets is the fact that they are built on stilts and set in a rustic African style to seamlessly combine the essence of Africa and the comfort of home. One of the chalets has also been built to accommodate the physically challenged and guests who require easier access to the shower and toilet.

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Rondavel

Chobe Safari Lodge’s original accommodation type, the traditional thatched rondavel, provides an excitingly unique safari visit. These independently positioned units create an intimate wilderness base.

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