Ichingo Chobe River Lodge by Mantis
A Mantis Eco Lodge Experience
Riverside relaxation & Generous Hospitality
Please note that your passport will be stamped at Kasane Immigration Office as well as the Namibian border.
Arriving at Ichingo Chobe River Lodge is a breath of fresh air. You will be welcomed with warm smiles and served with heartfelt attention to every detail. The staff are the shining stars of this hidden gem on Impalila Island, Namibia.
Located on the quieter Namibian side of the Chobe River, Ichingo Chobe River Lodge offers families, couples or groups with the highest level of service accommodated in comfortable Meru Safari tents.
The guides at Ichingo Chobe River Lodge are highly knowledgeable and make every specialised excursion on the river educational and fun. Catch-and-release fishing, guided photo safaris, river safaris, and bird-watching.
Book from R5825 per person sharing per night.
For that safari feeling
The Ichingo Chobe River Lodge is the perfect blend between a safari tented camp and a fishing lodge experience.
8 Meru safari tents
8 Meru safari tents
Each tent is air-conditioned and features a balcony with views of the Chobe River. One of the tents can be booked together with an adjacent tent to create the perfect family accommodation with 2 bunk beds (4 single beds).
What to look forward to at Ichingo Chobe River Lodge.
All included in your rate.
Food & Drink
Soft drinks & water
Local beers & wines
Teas & coffee
Road Transfers to & from Kasane Airport
Namibian cultural tours
Photographic river safaris
Tiger fishing with equipment
Guided birding tours
Situated on the banks of the flowing Chobe River, the lodge is right in the midst of nature. Surrounded by dense forests the massive river is home to all types of wildlife and bird species. The area is a mix between tranquil and exciting as the peaceful spaces on the river offer rest and relaxation while the closeness to the wild offers the excitement for the curious and adventurous.
The Zambezi Queen Collection offers all-year-round fishing expeditions on the Chobe River.