Elephant Valley Lodge lies between the Chobe National Park in Botswana and the equally impressive Matetsi wildlife conservancy, south of the Kazangula border crossing and within the Kasane Forest Reserve.
The Chobe National Park is home to the largest population of wild Elephant, it is estimated to number in excess of 80,000. The park and its surrounds sustain a wide diverstity of wildlife, in part, due to the spectacular Chobe River.
The camp comprises 20 `meru` style luxury safari tents and can accommodate a maximum of 40 guests.
The lodge overlooks an extremely productive water hole. Activities include daily safaris and boat cruises into the Chobe National Park.
The unique lodge location provides guests with game viewing opportunities throughout the day and night
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor dining areas (Boma)
- Curio / gift shop
- Bush dinner venue
- Game viewing hide at water hole
Dawn and afternoon / evening safaris in 10 seater open vehicles in both the Chobe and Kasane forest reserve. Numerous activities at the nearby Victoria Falls area.
Each tent features:
- Twin beds.
- En-suite shower and toilet
- Tea & coffee making facilities.
- Mini Safes.
- Covered Deck
The lodge can be reached via daily flights into Livingstone, Victoria Falls or Kasane with overland transfers to the lodge - which takes about an hour from both Livingstone and Vic Falls.