Chobe Elephant Camp

Chobe Botswana

  • Panoramic views of the floodplains
  • Choice of game drives, boat safaris and walks
  • Visit the local Sibuya village
  • Inviting lounge bar
  • Plunge pool overlooking a waterhole

Open: Chobe Elephant Camp is open all year.

Location: Chobe Elephant Camp is on a ridge looking down to the Chobe River, 8kms from the Ngoma Gate of Chobe National Park. The nearest airport is Kasane, a 40 minute drive away, and camp can arrange return airport transfers.

Rooms: There are 10 chalets and a family unit made up of 2 chalets and a shared lounge. These provide self-contained accommodation, each with an en-suite bathroom, an additional outdoor shower and a private veranda. Air conditioning and fans keep the interiors cool and there are battery charging facilities and safes. The camp accommodates a maximum of 24 guests at any one time.

Activities: Game drives in Chobe National Park in open safari vehicles, boat rides on the Chobe River, guided bush walks in the forest reserve and village visits are all available.

Facilities: The communal area is a large open plan room (252 square metres) with lounge and dining areas, a library and a bar. These all look out onto the floodplains and river. There’s a swimming pool and a deck with views of a waterhole, the perfect place to sit and sip a sundowner.

Dining: Meals are eaten at individual tables or with other guests, as preferred. Most meals are served buffet style.

Children: Children from the age of 2 years are welcome, though minimum ages apply to activities.

Health: This is a malarial area.

Communication: There is no internet access but there is a mobile signal.

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Client Rating for Botswana 5/5 from 120 reviews

Absolutely first class we were welcomed by all the staff singing us a welcome and it got even better, as you walk in you look through the lounge area and see the whole Namibian plain laid out in front of you. The camp is pretty new and has really enthusiastic staff. The food is excellent and the lodges are well laid out. But the lodges are a fair walk away from the main building up hill. Our guide was incredibly knowledgeable on all aspects of nature and the boat ride along the river was unforgettable.

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