Botswana Tourism

The Chobe river / Kasane area is earning the name of Africa’s Galapagos, and this is due to the incredible amount of bird and wildlife you will encounter.

herd of zebra


Aardvark – African civet – Baboons – Bat eared fox – Buffalo –  Caracal – Cheetah -Crocodile – Duiker – Bushbuck – Impala – Kudu – Eland  – Elephant ###  – Gemsbok – Giraffe  – Hartebeest – Hippo – Honey Badger – Hyena   – Lion ### – Leopard  – Meerkats – Mongoose – Monkeys  – Pangolin ### – Porcupine  – Roan – Sable – Sitatunga – Springbok – Steenbok  Waterbuck – Wild dog ### – Wildebeest  Zebra 
## denotes endangered species


Adventure Camping – horse back riding – mekoro rides – river cruises – cultural exchanges – golfing – camel riding –  scenic flights – ballooning – cycling safaris – wildlife viewing – birding – quad biking – walking safaris – tiger fishing – houseboat holiday

Chobe/Kasane Where to Stay

To suit all budgets and tastes, accommodation is offered in self catering cottages, budget safari lodges, river boats, upmarket bush lodges and family garden lodges. 

Chobe Elephant Camp

an eco friendly lodge overlooking the Chobe river.   The lodge is a local community initiative offering a rustic and stylish accommodation.

Chobe elephant camp bedroom
chobe bush lodge exterior

Chobe Bush Lodge

on the border of the Chobe National Park, rooms are finished in a modern bush style design. Elephant, buffalo, puku, kudu, lion, leopard, wild dog are just a taste of the diverse wildlife found in the park.

Ngoma Lodge

The lodge is a joint community project developed with the Chobe Enclave Conservation Trust.  Lodge employees come from the local community who also benefit from every bed night booked.

ngoma safari lodge suite