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About Bonazazi Border Lodge

Locally owned and run, the Bonazazi Border Lodge ensures a personal and exclusive African experience in the Chobe Area.

Offering a selection of accommodation, each room is equipped with modern amenities and comforts. All rooms have TV sets with decoders to allow guests to tune into the local Btv station for local programming and news, or other TV stations of their choice.

In order to protect guests from mosquito bites, we have fitted treated mosquito nets in all rooms. However guests are still advised to use any mosquito repellents of their choice. For your comfort and hygiene, all the rooms have en-suite bathrooms.

Guests at the Bonazazi Border Lodge can enjoy the use of our spacious swimming pool. The pool is fitted with a protective wooden fence to restrain under-age children from accidentally falling in.

After a refreshing swim guests can relax at our pool-side bar and restaurant, which have been decorated with African art. This area can also be booked for special occasions like weddings, birthday parties and valentine dinners.

Conference Venues: Our conference center is well equipped and caters for all types of organisations, whether government or private sector.

  • Type: Lodge
  • Sleeps: 42
  • Check-in: 1:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM
  • Reviews: 8 Reviews

Facilities

  • Swimming Pool
  • Conference Venues
  • Restaurant on Premises
  • Parking on Premises

Languages Spoken

  • English

Bonazazi Border Lodge Rooms

Reviews for Bonazazi Border Lodge

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MAURIZIO TURRI, Italy
20 August 2016

Better located for border crossing overnight than for Chobe NP activities

Desiree Roberts, South Africa
11 July 2016

INCOMPETENT STAFF - did not want to accommodate us as they did not have any evidence of our payment, or our booking.  On arrival at reception area, a lady, wrapped in only a towel, was waiting at reception - what impression does that create?  Even though we showed them our payment confirmation, they did not accommodate us and at that last minute we had to drive around looking for accommodation - that was after a very long journey from South Africa!

Jakub Judas, Botswana
19 August 2015

This lodge is located as close to the Zimbabwe  border as it gets (maybe 3 km), making it the ideal place to stay before crossing the border to Zimbabwe or Zambia.The staff is very friendly and they really went out of their way to help us.The equipment has seen better days as many others are writing here, but that is already reflected in the price. There is free wifi at the reception and a bar where you can have a beer in the evening.

Shelter Ngoni, South Africa
16 January 2015

I stayed in BONAZAZI from 22 - 27 Dec 2014 with my family. The place is okay but needs some renovation and maintenance.

Georgi Kyuchukov, Bulgaria
20 October 2014

The property is totally ruined. Much of the facilities are out of order (e.g. air conditioning). The staff is trying to be helpful, but is totally disoriented. Obviously the lodge was once in good condition and quite luxury, but it was abandoned and nothing was done to maintain the equipment and the surrounding area. The swimming pool was extremely dirty and the water has a color, that does not invite you to enter in. There is no restaurant and facilities for breakfast.

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Bonazazi Border Lodge Map

Bonazazi Border Lodge is 7.6km from the centre of Kasane , the nearest airport 9.2km (Kasane Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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