Tlouwana Camp is about 20 minutes drive from the entrance to Chobe National Park giving you ample opportunity to experience those massive concentrations of elephants and general wildlife that make Chobe such a prime game viewing destination.
With seven safari tents and an impressive superior family tent, bedouin style, Tlouwana Camp is modest and welcoming. Owned and run by Luke Riggs and his family, you can expect a personal atmosphere. You'll be made to feel right at home from the onset.
Basic in its safari style with modern hints and bright bursts of colour that bring it all to life. Straightforward in design with stretched canvas roofs, an open-sided dining area allows you to enjoy your meals served with a good helping of the African bush that surrounds you. Great news since your stay is all inclusive and with the popular Chobe activities on offer plus local village tours and night drives, you’ll be out for most of the day and even at night if you wish.
Inside the Lesoma Valley Reserve, bordering on Zimbabwe, here you are inside the private Kasane Forest Reserve and 20-minutes drive from the gate into Chobe National Park. An area renowned for prolific wildlife sightings. A small, dense patch of forest that provides an important habitat for numerous animal and bird species. Look out for the favourites you'd see in the Chobe National Park, you're likely to spot them here too.
Boat cruises on the Chobe River; game drives in Chobe National Park; night drives into the Chobe Forest Reserve; Lesoma Village tours by bicycle; guided day trips to Victoria Falls (excluding visas and park fees)