We stayed for 2 nights in April and were on package which meant we had one game drive (morning or afternoon) and one boat cruise (afternoon) included in our stay and if we wished to do any extra we had to pay, and we did decide to do an extra game drive as we really wanted to see some animals, and what a great choice we made doing that. Two of the best game drives I have ever been on in my life and I have been in a few, we almost constantly saw animals of some sort, so many elephants and having been in Zimbabwe before hand where unfortunately most of the wildlife is eaten so we didn't see much at all this was amazing as this was exactly why we came to Botswana out first time) We saw a huge variety of animals, leopards,lions(with Cubs) elephants(and baby's) baboons,all kinds of beautiful birds, Buck, Impala, giraffe, zebra, buffalo,kudu and more. Of course game viewing Is obviously always variable and one game drive is never the same so it depends on weather time of year and luck I guess but in Chobe you have one of the best chances of seeing lots of animals. The guide was great and knowledgeable too.
Staff were all helpful, attentive and friendly, the rooms were luxury, spotlessly clean, spacious and had a luxury bathroom and very comfortable bed. (Complete with mosquito net) and also each room had a balcony. Food was good, although being vegetarian there was not a huge about to choose from although that seems to be the case in Africa in most places. But the this lodge is a 'over flow/extension' (and more modern version) of the Chobe Safari lodge which is just literally over the road and easy to walk to so guests are allowed to go into the safari lodge as well and also if you wish to have a buffet dinner you can go there. This also explains the sometimes quiteness around the lodge. Overall a very nice place, nice pool too. I definitely reccomend it.
NOTE: There is wifi but not in-room.