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Witness Africa’s Zebra migration at Africa Albida Tourism’s luxurious Ngoma Safari Lodge, Botswana

This year, witness the experience of a life time at Africa Albida Tourism’s luxurious Ngoma Safari Lodge with a private view of one of Africa’s longest distance mammal migrations. A boutique eight suite property, Ngoma is nestled in the spectacular scenery of Botswana’s Chobe Forest Reserve and enjoys expansive views out over a flood plain, where every year between August and October up to two thousand zebra will pass on a migratory journey of over 300 miles!

All eight suites at Ngoma Safari Lodge have vast uninterrupted views of the African wilderness views, over the flood plains where the migrating zebra herds, during August and September, to graze on the new grass which springs up after the water subsides. The main lodge area is the epitome of luxurious open plan living, with comfortable terraces and viewing decks to relax over a delicious meal or sundowner cocktail. The secluded river facing suites which boast indoor and out-door showers, and private sanctuary “refresh and relax” pool, providing the perfect oasis from which to enjoy Botswana’s open skies and amazing wildlife.

Ngoma Safari Lodge’s tranquil and remote location, at the centre of one of Africa’s largest nature reserves, the Kavango–Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area, gives guests unrivalled game viewing opportunities, as well front row seats for the zebra migration. Guests will see water buck, impala, giraffe and Chobe’s famous elephants. Spending the glorious African mornings on guided safaris through the park, followed by lazy afternoons on the terrace watching the wildlife out on the river plain, guests will be fully immersed in the spectacular natural scenery around them. Romantic river cruises and bush picnics are also offered for those keen to explore the rugged Chobe River region further. 

Activities at Ngoma Safari Lodge include 4x4 day, night and boat safari led by the resident guides at the property. Upcoming developments include the addition of four new rooms including a Presidential Suite, a canvas tented Spa, Canoe journeys, walking safaris, a new Swamp Cruiser boat for private boat safaris and a hide overlooking the floodplain for private game viewing and relaxation.  

The Ngoma Safari Lodge Zebra Migration experience is priced from US$1,566/£1,051* per person sharing and includes:
-3 nights staying in one of Ngoma’s eight luxurious suites, boasting spectacular views of the Chobe River
- Welcome drinks on arrival, plus full board basis
-Daily guided game viewing excursions with Africa Albida Tourism’s expert guide  

An easy two and a half hour drive from Victoria Falls across the Kazungula border station, Ngoma is a fantastic destination to twin with a stay at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge, Victoria Falls Safari Club or Victoria Falls Safari Suites.  

Ngoma Safari Lodge, a joint community and privately funded project developed with the Chobe Enclave Conservation Trust, is committed to making a sustainable difference to the local communities and their environment. Through its socially responsible programmes, the lodge enriches the lives of those living within this community. Africa Albida Tourism are committed to promoting sustainable tourism and conservation in both Botswana and Zimbabwe, playing an active part in the battle against poaching with the Victoria Falls Anti-poaching Unit, acknowledging that it is only through active educational and conservation of this beautiful part of the world that migratory paths are respected and preserved for future generations.  

This year, be in admiration of Mother Nature and watch the incredible natural phenomena of Africa’s largest mammal migration from Botswana’s stunning five-star Ngoma Safari Lodge, in the heart of the Chobe region.

Nightly rates for Ngoma Safari Lodge start from $1,100/£738* per suite based on two people sharing, during the Green Season. 

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