About The Garden Lodge
Garden Lodge has eight bedrooms consisting of four Standard Rooms, three Family Rooms and one Double Room, each with its own bathroom and private veranda overlooking the Chobe River.
Our lounge and dining room, as well as the rooms, are furnished in teak and wicker. All décor comes from Botswana or one of the surrounding countries. Guests have the choice of sitting inside under the thatched roof outside by the swimming pool or making use of our boma in the garden. Our upstairs lounge overlooks the large garden, and is decorated with old African masks and beautiful baskets from various African countries.
Guests have the choice of a continental or English breakfast. Lunches are buffet style with a choice of hot dishes, salads, cold meat and cheeses. Dinner is comprises a set menu however, our kitchen will happily cater for guest’s individual requirements. We bake our own bread daily which is served with all meals. Generally guests sit at one table, which allows them to meet each other and often the conversation continues well after the meal has ended.
All our rates are inclusive of:
Pick up and drop off from Kasane airport and the Kazungula border posts
Our dinner, bed and breakfast rates are exclusive of:
Guests’ drinks, laundry, Guests’ extras
All government levies
Visa fees where applicable
Pick up and drop off from Victoria Falls or Livingstone
The Garden Lodge Rooms
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The Garden Lodge Map
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