2 Night Chobe (Standard) – Chobe Elephant Camp

2 Night Chobe (Standard) – Chobe Elephant Camp

per person

Experience Botswana – Beyond wildlife

Why we love it: Out of town/Family Friendly/value for money
Optional Extras: Seasonal Canoeing
Best Combined With: 2 Night Big Game Safari (Standard) – Sango Safari Camp
2 Night Maun (Standard) – Thamalakane River Lodge


Seasons Date  Price (pp sharing) Single supplement
Low Season Jan – Mar 24 USD 726.00 USD 0
Shoulder Season Apr – Jun & Nov 24 USD 880.00 USD 0
High Season Jul – Oct 24 USD 1072.00 USD 318.00
Festive Season 1 Dec 31 Dec 24 USD 727.00 USD 0
  • For child policy, solo traveler and where seasons crossover, please contact us.

: meals, local drinks, activities, laundry, park fees, return transfers and intermittent Wifi.
Excludes: premium drinks
Activities: game drives, boat cruise & village visit

Located high on the edge of a rocky ridge overlooking the famous Chobe River is Chobe Elephant Camp. This uniquely designed lodge has been built to take advantage of the incredible views overlooking the sweeping floodplains while offering a comfortable refuge from the harsh African conditions.

The lodge has been entirely constructed from sandbags, the thick sand-filled walls create a natural insulating barrier between the inhabitants and the harsh African climate and enhance the old farm-style feel of the camp. It houses ten rooms, one family room and can sleep 24 guests at a time.

Activities include viewing the regions spectacular wildlife from open safari vehicles and by boat on the Chobe River as well as a cultural visit. Chobe Elephant Camp’s boat jetty is about one hours drive from camp, close to Ihaha in the heart of the Chobe National Park. This jetty is seasonal and usually operational in high water months from May until September, in other months the cruise starts in Kasane.

At an additional charge, guests can experience an unforgettable canoeing activity on the Chobe River, it is conducted by experienced guides and brings them closer to nature than a boating experience. This experience is subject to suitable water levels and needs to be pre-booked.

Chobe / Ngoma Gate
This property is located near the Ngoma Gate for entry to the Chobe Riverfront.  Very few lodges are located on this end of the park and few people utilize this entry point, creating a more remote and exclusive experience than at the properties around Kasane.  Although outside the park, this option is located in a bush setting where wildlife frequently passes through.

Airport transfer time: 50 minutes

Virtual Itinerary

  • Destination
  • Departure
    Kasane International Airport
  • Included
    2 Night Chobe (Standard) – Chobe Elephant Camp
    Boat Cruise
    Park fees
    Local drinks
    Return Transfer
  • Not Included
    3 Hr Maun Immersive Tour
    Return Flights
    Accommodation (Dinner, Bed & Breakfast)
    Air-conditioned vehicle
    2 Waters pp
    Lunch Pack
    Curio purchases
    Hotel transfers (can be arranged at an additional cost)
    Departure Taxes
    Traditional snack and drink
    Entry Fees
    Scheduled Group Tour
    Personal Guide
Kasane International Airport - Chobe Elephant Camp
Chobe Elephant Camp is accessible by a 45-minute transfer from Kasane International Airport. Upon arrival at the airport, you will be met by Chobe Elephant Camp driver/representative.
2 nights spent in camp
While in camp, the camp manager can assist with activities that are available.
Chobe Elephant Camp - Kasane International Airport
After spending 2 nights, you will be transferred back to Kasane International Airport.


The Chobe Riverfront is an elephant mecca; home to the largest density of African elephants in the world. Travel here during winter and you’ll fast run out of fingers and toes while you count them drinking at the riverbanks and socialising out on the floodplains. Thanks to its ease of access from Victoria Falls, the Chobe Riverfront is the busiest part of Botswana (though still a much quieter affair than most South or East African safaris). What Chobe lacks in solitude during the busier months, it more than makes up for with quality game viewing. Chobe will leave you feeling tiny as giant elephant bulls stroll up next to your vehicle or snorkel alongside your boat. It will make you feel lost as hundreds of hippos and buffaloes crowd you out on the floodplains. It will put your heart in your throat as prides of lions stalk antelopes by the water’s edge, and it will leave you alone with your thoughts while the classic red sunsets melt over the river to a soundtrack of whistling fish eagles. Chobe is not just a great introduction to Botswana. It also makes a rewarding repeat journey once you’ve ticked off the big stuff. It’s a place to search for the rare sable antelope, to spot that gem from the birders’ bucket list and to explore the remoter corners. Where you stay in Chobe makes a huge difference to your safari experience. The most affordable options are at bigger hotels in a town setting where you’ll share your game drives with a few more vehicles. On the more exclusive end, stay in a wilder area in or around the park, listen to the sounds of the bush at night and get a head start on accessing the park for activities.


Value For Money

Chobe Elephant Camp  Chobe Elephant Camp Website
Area /National Park / Community Area / Private Concession Ngoma Region, Bordering Chobe National Park
Accommodation 18 rooms + 1 family unit
Age Restrictions Minimum 6 yrs. Under 12 yrs. Not permitted in Boats or Canoeing
Campsites No
Self-Drive Access Yes
Self-Catering Option No
Charging Facilities & Wi-Fi Limited
Pool Yes
Laundry Service Available Yes
Mosquito Nets Yes
Air-Cons or Fans Aircons

Canoeing ( Seasonal), Boating , Game Drives, Birding, Cultural Experience, Day Trips to Vic Falls