The Chobe Camping safari is the perfect introduction to camping amongst the wildlife of Botswana and the Chobe National Park. Our Chobe safari will start and end in the town of Kasane. This three-day, two-night Botswana safari begins at the coffee buzz on the morning of day one. All travelers must arrive with their luggage, and we confirm your arrival times when making your reservation.
Our safari tour begins with a scenic boat trip on the Chobe river. One of the best ways to view animals is from a riverboat on the Chobe. The Chobe River is home to many Hippo, crocodiles, monitor lizards, fish and birds. It is not uncommon to encounter the swimming elephants when undertaking a Chobe river trip.
The boat trip takes between 2-3 hours and is the perfect introduction to the beautiful wildlife of Botswana and the Chobe National Park. Our guides are experienced professionals and always willing to inform and assist with identifications and information about nature.
- Scenic Boat drive on the Chobe River
- All meals as indicated
- National park fees, camping fees and conservation fees
- 2 person dome tents
- Bedrolls and bedding provided
- All game drives inside the Chobe Park
- Own drinks
- Own extra snacks
- Camera, chargers, torches
- Personal medical kit
- Travel insurance
- Sunglasses, hat , mask , buff
Our Safari starts at Coffee Buzz in Kasane. Please confirm your arrival time when making your reservation on the Safari. The Adventure Begins with a scenic boat drive on the Chobe River. This boat trip will last between 2-3 hours.
On our return to the starting jetty, we will enjoy a hearty lunch, reflect and relax before embarking on our wild camping safari later this afternoon.
Two Person Dome Tents & bedding Provided.
Today is a full day inside the Park. We will explore and experience the wildlife on our open safari vehicles. We follow and track the spoors of the wilderness, enjoy the birdlife and wild scenic landscapes of the Park. Two Person Dome Tents & Bedding Provided
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Safari ends back in Kasane after our final scenic drive from the Chobe National Park.