Chobe National Park accommodation

Kaza Safari Lodge

Kaza Safari Lodge
Kaza safari lodge
Kaza safari lodge
Kaza safari lodge
Kaza safari lodge

Kaza Safari Lodge


Kaza Safari Lodge

Kaza Safari lodge (previously known as Impalila Island Lodge) is on the Impalila Island. This is at the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers. A well-known point where four countries namely meet. Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and Botswana. The lodge only has 8 chalets with spectacular views over the Chobe River and the Mambova rapids.This is a perfect Lodge for those who enjoys the privacy of a small lodge. You will experience personalized service that is well deserved on your African safari holiday.

Kaza Safari lodge is surrounded by water and the bird life is phenomenal. This is truly one of the most private lodges in and around the Chobe National Park. The large thatched roof has a homely feeling to the lodge. The ideal location is perfect for some of the best sunset views in Chobe National Park. The large baobab adds to the views from the lodge.

Kaza Safari lodge is on an island. Tender boats will collect you from the mainland and transport you to Impalila Island.

Kaza Safari Lodge is the perfect retreat if you don’t mind spending a little more to have the comfort of a small private island. It is really an unforgettable experience. Book your stay and enjoy the comforts of Impalila Island Lodge.

Why Kaza Safari Lodge?

  • 8 Wooden and thatch chalets with private balconies overlooking the Chobe River.
  • All rooms are en-suite with a toilet, shower and hand basin.
  • The chalets come with mosquito nets, gauze netting over the doors and a ceiling fan.
  • Small safe in room, tea and coffee station and a private viewing deck.
  • Electricity supplied by a generator.
  • Daily laundry service.
  • Main areas include a swimming pool, bar and restaurant area with outdoor dining area.
  • Curio shop.
  • Birding platform overlooking the Zambezi Floodplain.
  • WI-FI available in main areas.


  • all meals
  • Activities: fishing in Zambezi, morning & afternoon boat cruises on Zambezi, bird watching boating and walks, guides walks on the island including cultural walks and visit to a 2000 year old baobab
  • Water transfers from Kasane Immigration
  • select drinks while on activities


  • drinks at the lodge
  • transfers to Kasane immigration
  • visa fees for Namibia & Botswana if applicable
  • travel insurance & gratuities



Child Policy:

  • no children under 7 years
  • children 7 – 12 pay child rates and share with parents
  • children 13 and older pay adult rate and occupy their own rooms



 2017 rates  USD rates for international guests  ZAR Rates for SADC residents 
Per Person Sharing USD 368 ZAR 3 149
single USD 552 ZAR 4 723
child 7-12 years USD 184 ZAR 1 574