– Excursions by Mokoro (dugout canoe) into the small islands in the Chobe River
– Guided walks on the island are stimulating offering varied ecology.
– Visit to the villages offer an insight into traditional African life
– View the meeting place of the 4 countries from atop an ancient baobab tree
– Game viewing by boat into the Chobe National Park is the ideal way to view huge herds of elephants as well as varied other species of game as they make their way down to drink at the river
– Day trips with a picnic lunch in the bush can be arranged into the Chobe National Park where a picnic lunch in the bush
– White water canoeing in the rapids is an exhilarating experience
– Bird watching is a year round pleasure with over 400 recorded species and a combination of waterbirds
and good dry land birds on the island.
– Day trips to the Victoria Falls are popular as the road journey is only one and a half hours (at extra cost)
Fishing for Tigerfish and Bream in both the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers.
There is access to over 100 kilometers of rivers in what is the premier Tiger fishing water in Africa. High quality tackle is available for guest use.
Here the Chobe is fast-flowing and studded with tiny islands
This is an excellent area for tiger and yellow-belly bream.
ICHINGO specialises in light-tackle and fly-fishing and is particularly reknown for the quality of its guides.
Boats are open, five-metre outboard craft, or inflatables – good for landing Tigerfish, especially when fly-fishing