There are a number of options for your Multi Day Trips to Chobe.

Option 1: One Day One Night Safari

Day one – 08h30 Guests are met at Kazangula by their guide and are escorted through Immigration formalities. There is an opportunity to do any last-minute shopping in Kasane, as there are no shops within the park. A short briefing will follow on some pertinent facts, such as safety and some regional information. At 09h30 guests board the boat and commence a 3 hour boat cruise into the Chobe National Park. The river cruise is considered one of the highlights of the trip, as one gets the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic bird life, hippos, crocodiles and of course scores of elephant and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst. The boat cruise ends back in Kasane at 12h30 where your safari guide will be waiting to do a game drive to your “wilderness” campsite. A packed lunch will be provided for after the morning on the boat. After settling into your tents, you have tea and depart on an afternoon game drive, this being the best time to see Chobe’s large herbivores making their way down to the river to drink. Return to camp shortly after sunset for drinks around the camp fire and dinner.

Day Two – Guests are woken at dawn with warm water being poured into their basins and a friendly Botswana “Dumela” (good day). After a quick cup of tea or coffee and a light breakfast, cereal, you leave the national park to be dropped off in Kasane/Kazangula between 08h30 and 09h00.

Option 2: Two Day One Night Safari (The most popular trip to date)

Day one – 08h30 Guests are met at Kazangula by their guide and are escorted through Immigration formalities. There is an opportunity to do any last-minute shopping in Kasane, as there are no shops within the park. A short briefing will follow on some pertinent facts, such as safety and some regional information. At 09h30 guests board the boat and commence a 3 hour boat cruise into the Chobe National Park. The river cruise is considered one of the highlights of the trip, as one gets the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic bird life, hippos, crocodiles and of course scores of elephant and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst. The boat cruise ends back in Kasane at 12h30 where your safari guide will be waiting to do a game drive to your “wilderness” campsite. A packed lunch will be provided for after the morning on the boat. After settling into your tents, you have tea and depart on an afternoon game drive, this being the best time to see Chobe’s large herbivores making their way down to the river to drink. Return to camp shortly after sunset for drinks around the camp fire and dinner.

Day Two – Guests are woken at dawn with warm water being poured into their basins and a friendly Botswana “Dumela” (good day). After a quick cup of tea or coffee and a light breakfast, you head off on an early morning game drive. This time of day is best for finding the big cats as they are still active at this time and chances of seeing them are good. Around mid to late morning guests return to camp for a delicious “bush brunch” and an opportunity to take a refreshing shower. After packing up, you then leave the camp on your last 3 hour activity to be dropped off in Kasane/Kazungula at 16h30.

Option 3: Two Night Two Day Safari (Two full days in the park)

Day one – 08h30 Guests are met at Kazangula by their guide and are escorted through Immigration formalities. There is an opportunity to do any last-minute shopping in Kasane, as there are no shops within the park. A short briefing will follow on some pertinent facts, such as safety and some regional information. At 09h30 guests board the boat and commence a 3 hour boat cruise into the Chobe National Park. The river cruise is considered one of the highlights of the trip, as one gets the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic bird life, hippos, crocodiles and of course scores of elephant and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst. The boat cruise ends back in Kasane at 12h30 where your safari guide will be waiting to do a game drive to your “wilderness” campsite. A packed lunch will be provided for after the morning on the boat. After settling into your tents, you have tea and depart on an afternoon game drive, this being the best time to see Chobe’s large herbivores making their way down to the river to drink. Return to camp shortly after sunset for drinks around the camp fire and dinner.

Day Two – Guests are woken at dawn with warm water being poured into their basins and a friendly Botswana “Dumela” (good day). After a quick cup of tea or coffee and a light breakfast, you head off on an early morning game drive. This time of day is best for finding the big cats as they are still active at this time and chances of seeing them are good. Around mid to late morning guests return to camp for a delicious “bush brunch” and a siesta, getting an opportunity to read, rest or take a refreshing shower. When the day starts to cool off another game drive follows tea and good sightings are revisited or areas as yet unexplored are visited. Chobe National Park has a wide variety of game – the cats and large herbivores such as elephant and buffalo being a highlight, but rare game such as puku and roan antelope along with many more common antelope can be viewed here. Return to camp after sunset for a reflective fireside chat. Dinner follows as always accompanied by the unforgettable sounds of the African night.

Day Three – After another “Dumela” dawn awakening and breakfast, guests leave the national park. This last drive may even prove to be the best and will, with the others, remain etched in the memory as a truly great african experience. Guests are dropped off in Kasane/Kazangula at 08h30.

Option 4: Two Night Three Day Safari (This option includes 4 game drives and two river cruises)

Day one – 08h30 Guests are met at Kazangula by their guide and are escorted through Immigration formalities. There is an opportunity to do any last-minute shopping in Kasane, as there are no shops within the park. A short briefing will follow on some pertinent facts, such as safety and some regional information. At 09h30 guests board the boat and commence a 3 hour boat cruise into the Chobe National Park. The river cruise is considered one of the highlights of the trip, as one gets the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic bird life, hippos, crocodiles and of course scores of elephant and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst. The boat cruise ends back in Kasane at 12h30 where your safari guide will be waiting to do a game drive to your “wilderness” campsite. A packed lunch will be provided for after the morning on the boat. After settling into your tents, you have tea and depart on an afternoon game drive, this being the best time to see Chobe’s large herbivores making their way down to the river to drink. Return to camp shortly after sunset for drinks around the camp fire and dinner.

Day Two – Guests are woken at dawn with warm water being poured into their basins and a friendly Botswana “Dumela” (good day). After a quick cup of tea or coffee and a light breakfast, you head off on an early morning game drive. This time of day is best for finding the big cats as they are still active at this time and chances of seeing them are good. Around mid to late morning guests return to camp for a delicious “bush brunch” and a siesta, getting an opportunity to read, rest or take a refreshing shower. When the day starts to cool off another game drive follows tea and good sightings are revisited or areas as yet unexplored are visited. Chobe National Park has a wide variety of game – the cats and large herbivores such as elephant and buffalo being a highlight, but rare game such as puku and roan antelope along with many more common antelope can be viewed here. Return to camp after sunset for a reflective fireside chat. Dinner follows as always accompanied by the unforgettable sounds of the African night.

Day Three – Guests are woken at dawn with warm water being poured into their basins and a friendly Botswana “Dumela” (good day). After a quick cup of coffee or tea and some cereal you head off on an early morning game drive. This time of day is best for finding the big cats as they are still active at this time and chances of seeing them are good. Around mid to late morning guests return to cam for a delicious “bush brunch” and an opportunity to take a refreshing shower. After packing up you then leave the camp on your last activity to be dropped off in Kasane/Kazangula 16h30.

General Information

We will be camping in the Chobe National Park in Exclusive Wilderness sites i.e. HATAB or BOGA sites, with no other campers nearby. If the sites are fully booked we will be forced to use the public site at Ihaha, this is very rare though.

Included is all camping equipment including spacious walk-in tents with a bed roll and bedding. Park fees, food, mineral water and house wine with dinner as supplied.

Excluded are soft drinks, beers, visas if necessary and items of a personal nature, like towels and toiletries. All trips will have a back up team, including a cook and minimal participation is required. Ablutions consist of rustic open are bucket showers and long drop style toilets. We attempt to work two departures weekly i.e. on Tuesdays and Fridays. In the event of groups over 6 these set days are flexible.

All trips will be run by skilled, licensed professional guides.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask us. If you are interested in our seven night Safari through the National Park and to the Delta please ask us.

What to pack for your tented Safari:

Casual comfortable clothing throughout the year, dull neutral colours are most suitable. The most practical items for Safari are:
T-shirts
Jeans or safari trousers for the cool evenings and mornings.
A fleece or warm sweater for those early morning game drives.
A good pair of sunglasses.
Sunblock, a hat and insect repellent are essential.
Binoculars and a camera with lots of film! For digital please ensure batteries are charged as there is no electricity in the bush.
A headlamp or torch is vital.
If you enjoy a whiskey or the like you are welcome to bring a bottle along. 
A towel and your own toiletries (ladies, please remember there are no shops for emergencies.)
Any medication if necessary, we do have a medical aid box with the basics.
There will be times when you are exposed to the sun so a thin long-sleeved shirt may come in handy.
The early morning drives will be very cold in the winter months so layers are best to keep out the chill in the back of the game drive vehicle.
Please attempt to travel as light as possible, space for luggage is always an issue on Safari.

Last but not least. A sense of humour…….. This is Africa!!

Rates 2018

Chobe Day Trip – one day, 1 night – US$ 257 per person.
Chobe Day Trip – two-day, 1 night – US$ 320 per person.
Chobe Day Trip – two-day, 2 night – US$ 403 per person.
Chobe Day Trip – three-day, 2 night – US$ 430 per person.
Victoria Falls town to Kazangula border one way US$37
ALL OVERNIGHT TRIPS PICK UP AT KAZ BORDER SO EXCLUDE TRANSFERS FROM VIC FALLS TO THE BORDER.