Chobe Game Lodge is the only permanent lodge based inside the Chobe National Park. Built in 1972 it originally shot to fame due to regular visitor Elizabeth Taylor, who chose this location to tie the knot with Richard Burton a second time in 1975. Today the lodge is run by the trusted brand Desert & Delta, who own a number of lodges in different regions of Botswana.
Chobe Game Lodge has 47 river facing rooms, consisting of 41 double/twin rooms, 4 family units and 1 honeymoon suite. Days are spent enjoying both game drives and boat cruises on the Chobe River, hosted by an all female guiding team. A variety of species are commonly seen inside the park including Lion, Leopard, Elephants, Buffalo as well as a large variety of antelope and birds.
The lodge is accessible by both light aircraft transfer and self-drive, with a 30 minute drive from Kasane airport (4x4 vehicle and driving experience required). The nearest local airport is Kasane, alternatively Victoria Falls airport in Zimbabwe or Livingstone airport in Zambia are also within reach.