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Chobe Elephant Camp

Visit the Sibuya tribe from Chobe Elephant Camp

During your stay at Chobe Elephant Camp you can discover the spectacular wildlife that the Chobe River is famous for and also visit the local Sibuya tribe who live within this wildlife haven. Game drives are taken on shared, open safari vehicles and, if you are staying for at least two nights, by boat on the Chobe River. It is also possible to request game walks in the Chobe Forest Reserve, although this activity is dependent on the availability of guides and the length of the grass.

If staying for three nights or more you will likely be offered a full day activity, which will involve an exciting game drive and lunch in the national park, before enjoying a boat safari in the afternoon, you would then return to the lodge along the tarmac road.

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Other experiences in Chobe National Park

These activities are designed to give you the most authentic experiences around where you're staying. We work with local guides, who use their knowledge and often a resident's eye to show you the main sights and more out-of-the-way attractions. Our specialists can suggest tours and activities that will introduce you to the local ways of life.

  • Spot elephant along the Chobe River
    Elephant enjoying a drink of water

    Spot elephant along the Chobe River

    Spot elephant along the Chobe River

    As well as game drives and walks with expert guides, take advantage of the wildlife in and along the Chobe River with a boat trip. Fishing trips are also popular.

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You can enjoy this activity as part of the suggested tours below, or we can weave it into a trip shaped entirely around you.