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Rates include transfers from/to Kasane, daily activities, full board meals, local drinks, park fees, community levy and boat cruise included if staying minimum of 2 nights. Please contact us for self drive rates.

  • Standard Single Chalet

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioned, Cable TV, Ceiling Fans, En-suite Rooms, Restaurant, Showers, Tea & Coffee Facilities, Toiletries, Viewing Deck, Wifi

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    Room facilities:Air Conditioned, Cable TV, Ceiling Fans, Disabled Access, En-suite Rooms, Showers, Tea & Coffee Facilities, Toiletries, Viewing Deck

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General

Chobe Elephant Camp is located high on the edge of a rocky ridge overlooking the famous Chobe River and Chobe National Park. This uniquely designed lodge has been built to take advantage of the incredible views overlooking the sweeping floodplains while offering a comfortable refuge from the harsh African conditions.

Chobe Elephant Camp accommodates 24 guests in 10 twin rooms and 1 family suite. All rooms are en-suite with both indoor and outdoor showers. The whole lodge has been designed to take advantage of the spectacular views over the Chobe River, so whether you choose to relax on your private veranda, read a book in the lounge, have a drink at the bar or cool off in the pool, the vista will always be there to enjoy.

Built from the same red Kalahari sands that dominate the northern part of Botswana, this eco-friendly lodge is ideally positioned to take advantage of everything this incredible destination has to offer. Be it the spectacular wildlife that the Chobe River is famous for, or the opportunity to interact with the local Sibuya Tribe who live within this wildlife haven, Chobe Elephant Camp offers its guests a true African adventure.

With a variety of activities that include viewing the regions spectacular wildife from open safari vehicles, by boat on the Chobe River or on foot in the surrounding Forest Reserve or experiencing life in the village, a visit to Chobe Elephant Camp offers a wide range of experiences to our guests.

Accessible by air via Kasane, Victoria Falls or Livingstone Airports or by road from Savuti, Caprivi or Kasane the lodge is ideally positioned to fit into most safari itineraries

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Activities

With a variety of activities that include viewing the regions spectacular wildife from open safari vehicles, by boat on the Chobe River or on foot in the surrounding Forest Reserve or experiencing life in the village, a visit to Chobe Elephant Camp offers a wide range of experiences to our guests.

Facilities

  • Air Conditioned
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Cocktail Bar
  • En-suite Rooms
  • Restaurant
  • Showers
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tea & Coffee Facilities
  • Toiletries

Chobe National Park

Chobe National ParkChobe National Park is the second largest national park in Botswana. The 11.700 km² park is world-renowned for its wildlife and its 4 distinct ecosystems: in the north the Chobe Riverfront floodplains and teak forests, in the west the Savuti Marsh and in the north-west the Linyanti-swamps. These three ecosystems are separated by a fourth;

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