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The adventure at Serondela starts upon arrival at Kasane in Botswana. Guests are transferred to the lodge via boat, along the beautiful wilderness of the river, with views of wildlife roaming the banks.Friday, July 5, 2019

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Serondela Lodge

The adventure at Serondela starts upon arrival at Kasane in Botswana. Guests are transferred to the lodge via boat, along the beautiful wilderness of the river, with views of wildlife roaming the banks. Situated on the Namibian banks of the Chobe River, Serondela Lodge looks out on the world-renowned Chobe National Park.

Just 10 miles from Kasane, but far enough to ensure exclusivity, guests are part of the positive impact of sustainable tourism on this area, which is situated within a dynamic conservancy. Serondela Lodge consists of seven comfortable and beautifully decorated double rooms, one family room and two guide rooms.

The chalets are constructed on high ground overlooking the Chobe River and each room has a balcony facing the river. The southwest-facing balconies look onto the Serondela area, famous for large herds of elephant and many other animals that come to feed and drink.

The buildings are constructed with plastered sandbag walls, an eco-building technique that provides a high degree of thermal insulation. With natural resource management practices at the forefront, Serondela is completely powered by a solar system.

Serondela Lodge fully subscribes to sustainable tourism practices. Today’s travellers are very conscious of their impact on the environment and of their role in socio-cultural sustainability, which means minimising negative impact and footprint and focusing on more positive effects such as promoting cultural exchange and preserving local traditions. Serondela Lodge operates in partnership with the Kabulabula Conservancy and is part of the WWF and Integrated Rural Development and Nature Conservation (IRDNC) joint-venture programme.

Serondela’s outstanding location guarantees exclusive proximity to Chobe National Park. To be able to fully absorb the experience of being in the midst of Namibia’s wildest region, guests are advised to stay at least two nights (all meals included) and enjoy safari walks, sundowner cruises and game drives into Chobe National Park in Botswana.

DON'T MISS

The chance to stay at such an exclusive and wild location, with limited guest and vehicle numbers and extraordinary game viewing

NEED TO KNOW

KEY FACILITIES
• Seven double rooms
• One family room
• Private sighting deck
• Restaurant
• Bar
• Swimming pool
• Wi-fi
• 100% solar powered

KEY ACTIVITIES
• Safari walks
• Game drives
• Sundowner cruises

GET IN TOUCH

serondelalodge.com
T: +264 6625 2677 / +264 8114 77798
E: info@serondelalodge.com

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