Dear Industry Colleagues
Given the exceptionally low 2012 Chobe River flood levels, we have decided to open Chobe Savanna Lodge one month early!
As a result, Chobe Savanna Lodge will be opening on the 1st June 2012 and will be welcoming guests with a last minute offer of more than 50% off normal rates for stays during the month of June!
Tour Operators should contact email@example.com for Nett Rates and further information.
Recommend rack rate of US$227 per person per night – more than 50% off normal rates!!
All inclusive of food, drinks (excl. export brands), transfers (from Kasane airport or Kasane Immigration), game cruises & laundry
Valid for stays 1 June – 30 June 2012 ONLY
Minimum 2 nights
Chobe Savanna Lodge has arguably the best location in the Chobe region. Situated on a Namibian Caprivi peninsular overlooking the stunning Puku Flats of the Chobe National Park, the lodge has uninterrupted 270 degree views of the Chobe River.
Only accessible by boat on the Caprivi floodplain, Chobe Savanna Lodge normally closes for the months of April – July when the waters of the Chobe River make access to the lodge a challenge.
However, while the Zambezi confluence has risen to just below its normal level, the Chobe River is well below its usual volume measuring just over 2.8m lower than last year (Hydrological Services Namibia end of March 2012).
At this stage it’s hard to know why this year’s flood levels are so much lower. The Chobe, or Cuando water system, rises in the central plateau of Angola flowing southeast along the Zambian border. Some 10,000 years ago, the Cuando actually merged with the Okavango River and they flowed south to Lake Makgadikgadi. However, the land in that area was uplifted and as a consequence the Cuando now meets slightly higher ground and breaks up into many channels forming part of the Linyati swamps.
The Cuando then becomes the Linyati/Kwando and continues in its marshy channels across the neck of the Caprivi Strip of Namibia and then widens out as it approaches Chobe Savanna Lodge becoming the Chobe River continuing to form the border between Namibia and Botswana. It then continues east and then is then captured by the Zambezi.
The Chobe River is famous for game safari experiences by boat. Experiencing enormous herds of elephants coming to the water to drink during the day joined by a variety of other animals, bird species in excess of 450 and some of the best sunsets and scenery Africa has to offer!!
About Chobe Savanna Lodge
Only accessible by boat, the lodge offers guests a Namibian hideaway for those looking for an exclusive Chobe River experience in an area renowned for its diverse and prolific wildlife.
A private and secluded water –based safari experience is guaranteed as Chobe Savanna Lodge accommodates only 24 guests in spacious thatched chalets, all with private decks, an integrated bedroom and lounge area plus en-suite facilities.
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We look forword to welcoming you to one of Chobe’s most wonderful spots! For more information please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chobe Savanna Lodge team