Chobe under Canvas
Chobe Under Canvas is offers a superb Chobe safari experience on the banks of the Chobe river within the National Park. Children of 12 years and older are welcome, however if groups book exclusive use of the camp, all ages are accepted.
Chobe Under Canvas Camp Introduction
Chobe Tented Safari Camp is a small mobile camp located near the banks for the Chobe riverfront. The camp has six East African style tents and the camp takes guests on game drives as well as boat cruises in the Chobe National Park.
- The area is home to the largest concentration of elephants in the world.
- Game activities are accompanied by expert guides.
- Traditional camping safari experience on the banks of the Chobe River.
- No electricity is available.
Chobe Under Canvas Camp Game Viewing and Activities
Chobe National Park consists of 11 700 km2 of pristine wilderness, bordered in the north by the magnificent Chobe River. All sides are protected by wildlife management areas and forest reserves allowing for the free movement of game. Chobe National Park is one of the best wilderness reserves in the world and is home to the largest concentration of elephant. Throughout the year, herds of buffalo and elephant can be seen drinking at the river's edge with their numbers rising into hundreds and thousands during the dry season. Two species of region-specific antelope occur here, the puku and the Chobe bushbuck, which cannot be seen in other parts of Botswana except on the Chobe riverfront. Due to the variety of the Chobe vegetation and geological features, this magnificent wildlife sanctuary offers extreme contrasts and an incredible variety of wildlife.
Chobe Game Lodge
Chobe Game Lodge is one of few safari options located within the borders of the Chobe National Park. It is a large lodge that is very well located on the banks of the Chobe river. It offers game drives and boating safari activities.
Desert & Delta Classic
This excellent 6-night safari explores the desert like area of the Makgadikagadi and the water wilderness that is the Okavango Delta. Activities include open 4x4 game drives with experienced game rangers, nature walks, mokoro (dugout canoe) rides and game watching activities.