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Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero has recently relaunched with 15 beautiful suites, scattered across lush green lawns dramatically perched on a hill above the Chobe River in Botswana. On the edge of the Chobe National Park, home to the world’s largest population of elephants, Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero offers unparalleled views across the flood plains.
The large, exceptional suites flaunt clean lines and natural materials, making it the perfect blend of modern design and distinct traditional African finishes, featuring heavenly beds, generous freestanding baths and rain showers. Outside, each suite’s large terrace is the splendid spot to sip cocktails or enjoy a romantic private dinner under the African sky.
The lodge’s lounge, library and dining room showcase a new, fresh expression of safari style, inspired by an environment naturally abundant in spirit. The chic interior’s tones evoke natural woods bleached by the intense heat, complemented with gentle geometric prints and beautiful mosaic floorings.
An elevated, shaded veranda looks out onto the gardens and the beautiful vistas beyond, sound-tracked by the noises of Africa. The super-comfortable seating tempts guests to admire unobstructed sundown look-outs as dusk falls for as long as possible, maximising the connection to nature.
Chobe Chilwero accommodation in Chobe National Park means you are first into the park for game drives and the chance to see big herds of elephants dominate the varied terrain, with forests, meadows and sand plains, as these gentle giants come down to the waterside to bathe and frolic in boisterous mood. Lions, leopards, buffaloes and the other big predators can also be seen roaming Chobe National Park, making this a rare habitat.