About Mwandi View
Mwandi View is a uniquely different tourism concept, the likes of which, is yet to be found in the Chobe. Situated along the banks of the world renowned Chobe River in Northern Botswana, this development caters for all tourist categories - from campers on a budget, Self Drivers and Safari groups to Fly-in guests.
As a family orientated lodge, Mwandi View does accept children of all ages.
Mwandi View is home to an abundance of wildlife - Elephant, Buffalo, Zebra and a variety of different antelope species, attracting Lion and Leopard with the sights of Hippo eating on the open grass plains.
There is also an abundance of bird life in the Marshes for the birding enthusiasts.
As one of the latest developments in the Chobe region, Mwandi View comprises of 12 camp sites, each serviced with electricity and water, all campers have use of shared ablution facility, 8 fully serviced two-sleeper elevated self-catering tented units and a four-sleeper elevated tented family unit overlooking the Chobe River, marsh and flood plains.
The Main Complex is equipped with a fully serviced kitchen which offers breakfast and a 3 course meal of the day for dinner (bookings essential for catering purposes) and a bar to supply you that refreshing Sun -downer whilst relaxing in the pool situated in the large decked area, overlooking the Chobe river.
Safari: An abundance of wildlife,Elephant,Buffalo,Zebra & a variety of antelope,attracting Lion & Leopard.An abundance of bird life in the Marshes for birding enthusiasts. Game drives, river cruises or night drives (pre-booked or arranged on arrival).
Family friendly: Mwandi View is a safe and secure site where families can enjoy time together relaxing at their choice of accommodation or on the deck where an infinity pool awaits to refresh travellers after a long day on the road. Families with children are welcome
100% payment to be made for booking confirmation.
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