Explore Chobe National Park

Kasane, Botswana, or better known as Chobe due to the Chobe National Park and Chobe River, is a bustling little town offering an unforgettable experience to tourists filled with game viewing and river cruises.

Kasane

Kasane is 6km east of the Kazungula Border Post between Botswana and Zimbabwe and the landing for the Kazungula Ferry between Botswana and Zambia. At points you actually have a vantage point of 4 countries at once...Botswana, Zambia, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

The towns strategic location along popular tourist routes has led this tiny town to rapid expansion in recent years and gives adventure options from 5 Star hotels, luxury camping to roughing it in the wild. It is a mere hour away from Livingstone, Zambia and Victoria Falls Town, Zimbabwe where one can do a day trip to go see one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Victoria Falls.

Chobe's Wildlife

The most unique offering Chobe has as a destination is the ability to view a spectacular diversity of wildlife from the river. Cruise tours of the river and its estuaries will give you the most up-close experience of Botswana wildlife possible. Viewing is not hindered by tall foliage or restricted to roads making this one of the most effective ways to immerse yourself in the natural beauty of the region. This is any photographers dream setting -especially at sun set!

Safaris in Chobe National Park

Another popular activity is safari’s in the Chobe National Park, which is home to one of the largest concentrations of elephant on the African continent. Declared a National Park in 1967, Chobe was the first National Park in Botswana and is surrounded by wildlife management areas and reserves that allow game to roam freely. The 11, 700 km2 reserve is located in the far north of Botswana , bordering the Chobe River and is home to the Big Five and famous for its large herds of elephant and buffalo, as well as the puku and Chobe bushbuck, which are two antelopes that cannot be seen anywhere else in Botswana. The park offer both dry savanna and permanent swamp as well as vast floodplains along the river where lion and spotted hyena are frequently seen.

Visitors to Kasane can also enjoy the Kasane Hot Springs natural mineral spa and Inchingo fishing camp, which is a prime area for fishing. The Sedudu Island on the Chobe River is an exceptional spot for game viewing and bird watching.