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We were so very lucky to stay in the beautiful surrounds of Chobe national park reserve. With the river snaking below us between Botswana and Namibia, tall trees surrounding the camp and stunning sunset views this is the perfect place to enjoy your holiday...and that's...More
My wife and I spent two nights in July at Muchenje Lodge. The cottage was lovely with a great view from our deck. The Lodge is on an escarpment with beautiful views where ever you are at the lodge. The dining room/bar and viewing decks...More
We recently went to Africa and Travel Africa Resources made us reservations for three nights at Muchenje Safari Lodge. I was with my husband and two sons and we had the time of our lives. I am not sure what was best, the views from...More
We traveled a lot in Africa and have previously been in Botswana; we like upmarket Lodges with good service and better than usual Game Drive experiences, a good guide, and a reasonable price!
Muchenje Lodge did not disappoint us! This is a small to medium...More
Very comfortable and well appointed rooms. Lovely lounge and dining areas. Good home cooking. Great guides. Lots of giraffe and some lions, baboons etc. Fantastic examples of local art everywhere and knowledgable hosts provide helpful information re travel and other opportunities. Well worth a stay...More
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It does get cold in the morning especially on the 5am safari but a fleece should be sufficient as they supply blankets and hot water bottles. We didn't have any problems with being cold after evening dinner although once... More
It does get cold in the morning especially on the 5am safari but a fleece should be sufficient as they supply blankets and hot water bottles. We didn't have any problems with being cold after evening dinner although once again the fleece did come in handy on a couple of late evenings. Happy Holidays :-)
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"We travelled in a group of six and the family room for four was great."