Chobe Under Canvas
Gazetted in 1967, Chobe was Botswana’s first national park and offers dry savanna, permanent river and swamp, in addition to vast floodplains, providing guests with unrivalled wildlife viewing opportunities. It is also home to one of the largest concentrations of elephant in Africa. Chobe Under Canvas is a luxurious, semi-permanent tented camp moving between sites near the Chobe River.
Accommodation & Facilities
This exclusive camp comprises six spacious en-suite safari tents with flush loos and outdoor hot bucket showers. Tented communal areas create shady spaces to relax in the heat of the day or share a drink with friends in the evening. Meals are either eaten in the mess tent or outside in the shade of a tree or under the stars.
Wildlife & Activities
Safari activities at Chobe Under Canvas include wildlife drives in semi-open 4×4 safari vehicles, and boat cruises along the Chobe River. As well as elephant, hippo, big herds of buffalo, and plentiful plains wildlife, the area is home to many predators such as lion, leopard, cheetah and African wild dog.