A splendid safari camp in Botswana
Botswana is a beautiful country in the southern part of Africa. It is a country that is home to diverse wildlife including Africa's big five (the African lion, the African elephant, the black/white rhino, the Cape buffalo and the leopard), not to mention other amazing animals like the hippopotamus, Nile crocodile and countless bird species. Botswana's mostly know for the Okavango delta. The Okavango river is a river that never meets the ocean. Instead it spills into a desert creating a wetland haven for wildlife. This article shall briefly describe a superb safari camp in Botswana.
The safari camp is called Toro lodge. Toro Safari Lodge is located in a very unique location along the Chobe River, close to Chobe National Park, just across the border from Victoria Falls. All this means that the lodge is an ideal base for exploring this fascinating area of Africa...
This lodge offers affordable accommodation in the Chobe region of Botswana with breathtaking views over the mighty Chobe River. The wonderful hospitality will make you feel right at home and you will enjoy very comfortable accommodation in bungalow-style rooms. All rooms of Toro Lodge are en-suite, with coffee and tea facilities, overhead fans or air-conditioner and a choice of twin or double beds. Toro Lodge is situated on the bank of the Chobe River in the far Northern corner of Botswana. The 2.7 ha land on the river bank is very well situated and has a fantastic view over the river onto the Impalila Island.
Facilities at Toro Safari Lodge include a Restaurant on the banks of the Chobe River where you can have a scrumptious meal with the best view in Chobe.
The Pool and Pool Bar at Toro is idealy situated with views over the Chobe River to allow you to relax while taking in the splended view.
Our activity centre can assist you in booking safaris and activities including game drives, site seeing, cultural excursions and fishing trips.
Toro Safari Lodge offer spectacular opportunities to get up close to the diverse wildlife populations both on and off the river, with boat cruises and game drives through the park and plenty of opportunities to view one of our spectacular sunsets. Photographic opportunities are plentiful and you will just be left not knowing which way to point your camera.
In conclusion, any guests would surely enjoy themselves if they chose to daring enough to book safari packages and visit this part of the earth.