• Standard Twin Chalet

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioned, Cable TV, Ceiling Fans, Disabled Access, En-suite Rooms, Showers, Tea & Coffee Facilities, Toiletries, Viewing Deck

  • Safari Rooms

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioned, Cable TV, En-suite Rooms, Heath & Beauty Saloon, In-room Phones, Toiletries, Wifi

    Bed size:Twin Double Beds


Kwalape Safari lodge in Chobe is located between Botswana’s northern towns of Kazungula and Kasane and opposite the Chobe River, Kwalape Lodge offers the perfect base to discover the wonders of Chobe National Park and River, with its vast elephant herds and wildlife populations. Kwalape is only an hour away from the magnificent Victoria Falls and 1 km away from where four great African countries meet Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Botswana making Kwalape an ideal location to explore from. 

Kwalape means at home in Setswana and it is the management’s philosophy for all guests to feel welcome, relaxed and at home during their stay 

Kwalape Safari Lodge has 12-tented en-suite chalets, six with baths only and the other six with showers only, eight safari tents with shared communal bathrooms and five serviced campsites with communal bathrooms. There is also a sundowner bar lounge, a boma dining area, swimming pool and barbecue facilities.


  • Air Conditioned
  • Bar
  • Busy Waterhole
  • Cable TV
  • Ceiling Fans
  • Cocktail Bar
  • Curio & Craft Shops
  • Disabled Access
  • En-suite Rooms
  • In-room Phones
  • Internet Cafe
  • Restaurant
  • Showers
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • Toiletries
  • Viewing Deck
  • Wifi

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Chobe National Park

Chobe National ParkChobe National Park is the second largest national park in Botswana. The 11.700 km² park is world-renowned for its wildlife and its 4 distinct ecosystems: in the north the Chobe Riverfront floodplains and teak forests, in the west the Savuti Marsh and in the north-west the Linyanti-swamps. These three ecosystems are separated by a fourth;

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