Opening in March 2018

Serondela Lodge

Situated on the Namibian banks of the Chobe river, Serondela Lodge is facing the world renowned Chobe National Park. This will ensure all year round close encounters with free roaming wildlife to our guest. The 8 rooms situated facing the river will enjoy spectacular views with endless photographic opportunities.
Just 17km from Kasane but far enough to ensure exclusivity the guest will be part of the positive impact of sustainable tourism on this incredibly beautiful area which is situated within a very dynamic conservancy.
The Lodge is a JV between the Kabulabula conservancy and the Micheletti family who already operate 2 other lodges in the Linyanti area of Namibia.
All of the ventures are a part of the successful and award winning conservancy program, supported by IRDNC and WWF Namibia.

Spectacular for photographers

Rooms on the river facing wildlife corridor

The lodge is located in front of the renowned Serondela area in the Chobe NP.
Famous for being a major Elephant corridor and
Lion hunting area.

Why our lodge?

A natural choice

The 17km distance from Kasane and the position in front of the Chobe NP ensures the wild and exclusive experience than most of the lodges in the area have lost.

Best room view!
All the rooms are on high ground overlooking the banks of the Chobe river. The south West facing balconies look into the renewed Serondela area, famous for big herds of Elephants and many other animals that come to feed and drink.

Having only 8 rooms, the guest at Serondela will have a dedicated service with a smile.
Serondela will be managed by Laura and Simone who after many years at Nkasa Lupala Lodge will now starting this new adventure. This will ensure the same warm welcome and passionate attention.

Sustainable tourism practice!
Today’s travellers are very conscious of their impact on the environment and on their role in the Socio-cultural sustainability, which means minimising negative impacts and focusing on more positive ones, such as promoting cultural exchange and preserving local traditions.
Serondela Lodge is in partnership with Kabulabula conservancy and part of the WWF and IRDNC JV program.

A Bit About Us

Wild Waters Lodges

Wild Waters Lodges is a sustainable tourism oriented company. Through an exceptional safari experience with 3 award-winning lodges and camps in Namibia, it is able to partially fund the protection and preservation of pristine land and existing wildlife populations, not to mention help create economic independence within local communities surrounding the lodges and camps.

Travellers choose to stay at our lodges because of the exclusive and wild locations, limited guest and vehicle numbers, extraordinarily consistent game viewing and the exceptional care that is taken of each guest during their stay. Guests staying at Serondela Lodge, Nkasa Lupala Tented Camp or Jackalberry camp are being transformed for a lifetime and having made a contribution to the legacy of Africa.

Where is exactly the lodge?

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Serondela Lodge is located in the Namibian side of the Chobe river. Precisely in front of the famous sighting spot in the Chobe NP called Serondela. This is 17km by road from Kasane and 25km by boat.
The lodge is built in Kabulabula conservancy and seasonally it becomes an island.

Why is the lodge only accessible by boat?

The Lodge is located on an seasonal island. The Chobe/Zambezi flood can be very high and the road from Ngoma to Serondela Lodge is flooded and inaccessible most of the time during the year.
The free transfer from Kasane is on it’s self a unique game viewing experience. Pick up time is between 14h00 and 15h00 at Kasane immigration jetty.

Where is the pick up point in Kasane?

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Guest can be collected at the Kasane town immigration jetty.

Time: 14:00 to 15:00
If guest are not dropping off a rented vehicle they can park at Spar Shopping centre parking after they have dropped their luggage with our staff at the immigration jetty.
Pick up outside the fixed time will be charged.

Time: 09:00 to 09:30
Guest will be dropped at Immigration jetty in Kasane
Transfers to airport, Kazungula, Vic Falls or Livingstone can be arranged and are charged.

How long does it take from Kasane to the Lodge?

The duration of a transfer differs from Pick-up and Drop-off.
On arrival to the lodge the Pick-up transfer will be a sighting boat cruise and it could take from 2 to 3 hours.
On departure it will be a direct transfer to Kasane and 1 hour will be the duration.

Is the pick up/drop off free?

Yes, does not matter if you are booked in full board or DBB solution. The transfers from/to Kasane are operated for free at fixed times. Out of the fixed times a fee will apply.

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