Situated in the northeast corner of Botswana, sharing adjoining borders with Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe at the Quadripoint, Chobe National Park is an ideal destination to experience the best of Africa’s Eden. The Chobe River is the lifeblood of this region and starts as the Cuando River in Angola, which flows west through Namibia, then becoming the Linyanti. As a large tributary of the mighty Zambezi River, the Chobe River and its surrounding ecosystems provide spectacular wilderness experiences in Botswana’s portion of Africa’s Eden. Road access to Chobe National Park is through Kasane in Botswana; neighbouring countries can access it from Kazungula Border Post. Visitors can fly into Kasane International Airport from Johannesburg (South Africa) and Gaborone (Botswana). They can also fly into Zambia (Livingstone) or Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls) and travel by road. Transfers can be arranged for accommodation in and around Kasane. Flights, via light aircraft, to individual lodges and bush camps can be provided from Kasane Airport. Your tour operator or destination lodge will assist in arranging these flights.
Camp Kuzuma is a remote safari camp in Chobe Botswana that borders Chobe National Park and Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park and is one of the top Chobe Safari Lodges. Located in an exceptional wilderness area consisting of vast open plains and a forest reserve, it forms part of a busy wildlife corridor, ensuring exhilarating encounters form part of this Botswana holiday package.
Mogotlho Safari Lodge emanates the essence of Africa and delivers an intimate Botswana holiday on the Khwai River. This Khwai River safari lodge, bordered by the Chobe National Park and Moremi Game Reserve, is a choice for the conscious safari enthusiast.