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Chobe Under Canvas was our first Safari Camp in Botswana. Our trip into the reserve was with Innocent, our amazing guide for the trip. We saw hundreds of Elephants, Baboons Impalas, Kudus and many other animals. We arrived at the camp and were greeted by...More
We stayed in four lodges/camps in Zimbabwe and Botswana, all expertly organized by the &Beyond Travel Planner, Cleo Ares. Our second stop was Chobe Under Canvas, where we “glamped” (zebra toast was the perfect accompaniment to morning eggs). The crew at Chobe Under Canvas are...More
Chobe Under Canvas was the 2nd of four &Beyond camps we stayed at during our safari to Botswana and South Africa and our first (and only) "glamping". All the provided creature comforts of regular beds, a hot private shower and flushing toilet (!!) does not...More
Of the four locations my daughter (mid 20s) and I visited this was our getting closer to nature moment. We became wary as it approached and we wondered if I'd made a mistake. However, it was a highlight of our trip. It was by this...More
It's best to stay in Chobe Park so you don't have to spend your time commuting. This is the advice our friends who lived in Botswana gave us; and it was great advice. Chobe under canvas allowed us to see and hear animals even in...More
At andBeyond Chobe Under Canvas, mobile safari tents with ensuite bathrooms (with flush toilet and steaming hot bucket shower) are positioned at secluded sites in the game-rich wilderness of Chobe National Park. One of the top wilderness areas in the world, Chobe is home to one of the largest concentrations of elephant on the African continent.
Hi Gabriele - No, you cannot drive off-road in Chobe National Park. However, I did not find this to be an impediment at all. The wildlife in this park are used to feeling safe around vehicles, and they were regularly... More
Hi Gabriele - No, you cannot drive off-road in Chobe National Park. However, I did not find this to be an impediment at all. The wildlife in this park are used to feeling safe around vehicles, and they were regularly crossing and hanging out by the dirt roads. Also, there is a river road that goes along the river, and all of the animals come to the river to drink at some point.