Explore the Wild: Discover the Beauty of the Botswana
Wildtrack Safaris Eco Lodge borders the Hwange National Park and is situated near the village of Pandamatenga and the Kazuma National Park.
Botswana’s beautiful Chobe region is only an hour from the lodge, making it possible to explore the Chobe National Park and River.
The lodge lives up to its name; it is our aim to minimise our impact on the environment. The entire lodge is solar-powered; all hot water is supplied by solar geysers, waste is recycled and effluent treated and returned to the environment safe and clean.
Wildtrack Safaris Eco Lodge is a private and exclusive lodge comprising of eleven thatched luxury suites – one of which is both wheelchair friendly and family oriented. Each suite is uniquely styled and themed to reflect Africa’s rich and diverse cultures, with extra-length King size beds appointed in crisp, white linen.
The en-suite bathrooms with natural stone baths open out to private outdoor rain showers with panoramic views, allowing guests to experience the true spirit of Africa.
Take time to relax on the lush tree-filled lawns, or cool off in our sparkling swimming pool – while sipping on a sundowner as the sun sets ablaze with colours. After a sumptuous, gourmet dinner, unwind at the boma overlooking a lit waterhole – or simply lie back whilst taking in the splendour of the Milky Way’s stars, as the exhilarating sounds of the African bush comes alive.
Wildtrack Safari Eco Lodge has a range of activities on offer, which include morning and night game drives in open 4×4 game drive vehicles, guided bush walks, as well as interactive tours within the community of Pandamatenga – allowing guests the opportunity not only to observe, but also contribute towards ongoing community enrichment programs. Day trips to the Chobe National Park, Hwange National Park, the Okavango Delta and the Victoria Falls can be arranged whilst at the lodge.
This choice destination not only combines luxury with fantastic food and personalised service, it also offers visitors the opportunity to experience the peaceful and dynamic culture of Botswana first-hand. The lodge aims at all times to minimise its impact on the environment, while encouraging sustainable development and promoting conservation. The entire lodge is solar-powered, all hot water is supplied by solar geysers, and waste is recycled, treated and returned to the environment safe and clean. Wildtrack Safaris Eco Lodge is proud to have been recognised by Botswana as a leading eco lodge, having recently been awarded full ‘Ecotourism’ grading — the highest certification to be awarded to lodges across the country.
Thatched Luxury Chalets – one of which is both wheelchair friendly and family oriented. Each suite is uniquely styled and themed to reflect Africa’s rich and diverse cultures, with extra-length King size beds appointed in crisp, white linen. The en-suite bathrooms with natural stone baths open out to private outdoor rain showers with panoramic views, allowing guests to experience the true spirit of Africa.
This room-type can accommodate a maximum of 3 people in 3 x extra length three quarter beds or 1 x King extra length plus 1 x extra length three quarter bed.
Our inclusive game drives are operated in Kazuma pans on the Botswana side, as well as south towards Deka, in the Sibuyu reserve, with our sundowers being an experience in itself.
Other thank our inclusive game drives we are able to offer day trips to both Chobe & Hwange National Parks:
A Wildtrack representative will collect guests from Wildtrack and take them to Kasane where they will be met by their guide for their Chobe experience. The Chobe day trip includes a 3 hour river cruise and 3 hour game drive, with lunch on The Raft floating restaurant, where guests can enjoy traditional cuisine while still being surrounded by the natural beauty of Chobe River. At around 16:00 / 16:30 vehicles will make their way out of the national park towards Kasane, with an estimated arrival time of about 18:00.
Our Hwange day trip focuses (not included) in the area surrounding Robins camp – in order to give our guests a different feel, and the opportunity to spot some of the many animals the area is known for. Once park formalities have been completed, we head off to Crocodile pools, for some croc and hippo spotting –as well as break for coffee and muffins. From there, we travel through some unspoilt areas via Chingahobe dam, before breaking for a packed lunch at Deteema dam. Thereafter we make our way back towards the gate via Salt Pan, Big toms and Little Toms, before heading out – and back to the border by 5pm.