Location is key and here you are best situated to explore the wildlife in the park and from the river. The Chobe is known for having the largest concentration of elephants in Africa.
Overlooking the river and the Chobe floodplains, you’ll likely spot them from your tent and you’re only a short drive from the entrance gates to the park. Sounds pretty good. If you’re going to camp in Kasane, this is where you want to be.
Make a fire and cater for yourself or dine at the lodge. The Sedudu Bar is known for the finest sundowner in the area. Ask the locals they’ll say the same. Game drive yourself or join a safari with a lodge guide. Book a boat cruise to explore the Chobe River, you can even dine out on the waters. Let’s go.
Shaded individual campsites with shared ablutions; showers with hot water; power points at each site; braai areas for cooking and wash-up facilities
Swimming pool; deck; 2 bars; restaurant; craft shop; internet hot spot; activity booking centre.
Campers can book all activities offered at the lodge with the activity desk and there are plenty to choose from: Game drive in an open safari vehicle in Chobe National Park; cruise the Chobe River at sunset or hire a boat for private use (with a guide); explore the Chobe by night on a dinner boat cruise; go fishing; take a scenic flight or discover the local nearby villages and if that’s not enough to keep you busy, you can visit the wonder of Victoria Falls on a day trip.