Chobe Under Canvas

You cant closer to nature than this Botswana experience,where the peacefulness and the adventure of the African bush come together.

These luxury tents with en suite bathrooms are located at select,private campsites in Chobe National Park .

These campsite locations are purposely located as close as possible to the local wildlife

You can experience the simplicity of  a luxury Africa camping Safari,in one of the most unique safari destination in the world.

The camp sites are moved every five or six days,to ensure that the game drives are exploring new areas all the  time.

Your meals will be had underneath the African sky,eating food that has been freshly prepared over an open fire.

When you want to shower,the  camp staff will fill up your hot bucket shower with hot water warmed on the  open fire.

Location: Chobe National Park, Botswana

Best time to visit: April to December.

Approximate per night rate :From $415  per person per  night share

Camp activities:Game Drives, Boat/River Safaris,Birding.


This camp site is located  in private campsites in Chobe National Park.It has only five ensuite safari tents form an intimate cluster of warmth and comfort.A maximum of ten guests  at any one time.

A private,secluded Botswana Safari experience.

The night shift of the animals can be heard throughout the whole night,and in the am,your guides will show you animal trails and tracks,of who visited during the night.

Steaming hot water in your ensuite bathroom’s bucket shower await you,to get you ready for the day ahead.



Shady veranda areas of the tent offer a place point to enjoy the bush life around you.All these luxury tents have linen and a double bed.

After the evening meal,sit your chair closer to the fire,as the stories start to flow,or just look up at the African sky,and be quite.

Twice daily game drives ,explore the lush banks of the Chobe River and beyond in an open 4×4 safari vehicle accompanied by an armed guide and tracker.Game drives are conducted in the early morning and late afternoon/evening.

  • Boat cruise – a leisurely cruise along the Chobe River at sunset gives guests the opportunity to spot wildlife coming down to the water to drink.
  • Large herds of elephant drinking and bathing in the river are joined by groups of buffalo, while red lechwe, puku, zebra, sable and roan antelope can be spotted grazing on the floodplains. Prolific birdlife can be encountered along the river’s edge, where carmine bee-eaters build massive colonies in the exposed sandbanks..



    • Morning Game Drive – As dawn breaks over the bush, the deep voice of your butler delivers a wake-up call at your tent. A tray of tea, coffee and homemade biscuits will be waiting outside your tent. Climb into an open 4×4 safari vehicle with your guide and tracker, and set off through the waking bush. You may be lucky enough to spot predators feasting on their kill from the night before or herds of buffalo grazing before the heat of the day.
    • Breakfast – After a morning spent tracking down wildlife, return to the camp for a hearty bush breakfast. Feast  on platters laden with toast, jams and marmalades, homemade muesli, fresh fruits and assorted cheeses. Hot breakfasts are prepared on the open fire, with eggs, omelettes, frittatas and freshly cooked pot breads
    • Lunch – After breakfast, indulge in a steaming hot bucket shower or maybe a quick nap before lunch. Inviting lunch platters are served in the cool shade of the dining tent.
    • Afternoon Tea – While away the afternoon hours with a good book and a chilled glass of wine in the guest tent or simply watch the wonders of the bush directly from your tent’s veranda. Afternoon tea, with a selection of light snacks, will be served in the late afternoon.
    • Afternoon Game Drive – Depart on an afternoon game drive as the heat of the day starts to break or try something a little different on a river cruise. Glide among hundreds of elephant, which come down to drink or just cavort in the cooling waters. Hippo can be spotted both in and out of the water, and herds of beautiful sable wander the water’s edge. Snacks and sundowners are served on board as the sun sinks beneath the horizon.
    • Dinner – As you arrive back at the camp, cocktails are served around a blazing fire. Dine under the stars on a delicious bush meal cooked on the open flames.

  • After dinner, indulge in decadent desserts, served with tea, coffee or cognac. Stories from an adventurous day are shared around a glowing campfire.

    You will then be escorted back to your tent, where you will drift off to sleep amidst the sounds of the African bush.