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Sinking water level affects activities at Chobe River Camp

Avatar of inke inke - 25. July 2019 - Gondwana Collection

Chobe River Camp

Inke Stoldt

Due to the current drought, the water level of the Chobe River is considerably lower than last year. With sandbanks emerging daily activities at Chobe River Camp have to be adjusted accordingly as the safety of guests enjoys highest priority. Until further notice, this Gondwana lodge unfortunately cannot offer boat cruises anymore but would like to invite their guests to join a half-day game drive (3 hours, AM or PM). Alternative activities offered directly at the Lodge, subject to availability, are guided walking trails, canoe trips or birding drives.

If guests still want to enjoy a relaxing boat cruise, Gondwana recommends the various boat cruises and fishing trips on the Zambezi River at Zambezi Mubala Camp or Lodge, about 80 km from Chobe River Camp.

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