This boutique lodge, an oasis is in a wildlife wonderland, offers unrivalled panoramic views over the game-rich floodplain and Chobe River. It is on the doorstep of Chobe National Park, also known as the ‘Land of the Giants,’ as it is home to the largest population of elephants on Earth. Expect a vast and diverse array of wildlife as knowledgeable guides take you on safaris through the Chobe National Park, lazy afternoons by the pool and stunning dinners under African stars.

Ngoma is a small boutique lodge set on a plateau, overlooking the Chobe River and floodplain. All 8 thatched river-facing suites have spacious internal and external living areas, a large luxury bath, an inside and outside shower, air conditioning, overhead fans, mini bar, tea/coffee facilities including a Nespresso machine.

In addition, each suite has a private ‘refresh and relax’ pool conveniently located in the external living area. All rooms are equipped with three-quarter beds that can be converted to a king size bed.

Two of the eight suites have sofa beds and may be used as triples. The sofa beds are recommended for children between 10 and 11 years. Each of the suites has a view of the river and offers the opportunity to see the famous Chobe elephants, migrating zebra or buffalo grazing on the floodplain below.


  • 5-star bush lodge with eight individual spacious suites
  • Panoramic views overlooking the Chobe River and floodplain


Facilities available at Ngoma Safari Lodge:

  • Private ‘refresh and relax’ pools located in the external living area of each suite
  • A newly built Boma dining area located 150m from the reception

  • Wi-Fi throughout the lodge

  • The central guest area overlooks the Chobe River and incorporates:

  • Reception, dining area and bar

  • Internet and communication facilities

  • A swimming pool, sundeck and viewing platform

  • 220-volt mains plus backup generator


What guests can expect to do at Ngoma Safari Lodge:

  • Enjoy the scenery and wildlife from the privacy of your balcony
  • A selection of massage and beauty treatments are available on site.
  • Optional breakfast and lunch cruise from the new jetty at Ihaha, located in western Chobe
  • A full day safari incorporating a cruise on the Chobe River, a game drive in the Chobe National Park (which has over 75 species of mammals) and a picnic lunch.
  • Night game drives: these are available in the Chobe Forest Reserve.
  • Visits to the local school, the clinic and the village.
  • Bird Viewing – there are over 450 species to be spotted in the region.

Food and Dining

A newly built Boma dining area located 150m from the reception.