Straddling the game rich area between Chobe and Zimbabwe's Matetsi reserve lies the Kasane Forest Reserve. It is here in the Lesoma Valley that one will find Elephant Valley Lodge, uniquely positioned thus offering spectacular game viewing long after guests have left the national park. The lodge has a very active waterhole frequented by numerous species, including elephant, buffalo, lion and leopard. These sightings present superb photographic opportunities from the comfort and safety of the viewing hide or the lodge's main deck areas. Sturdy acacias reach high above the camp, forming large canopies of shade, under which you will find twenty 'meru' styled luxury safari tents. Each of the spacious tents features twin beds, mini-safe and en-suite facilities. The Chobe National Park in Botswana is home to the largest elephant population in the world. This magnificent reserve draws life from the Chobe River and is surrounded by protected wildlife sanctuaries. As the region is barrier free, this allows for large numbers of big game to move freely through these protected reserves.

2 nights
What You Will Be Up To!
  • Day One

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    We'll collect you from your hotel in Livingstone and transport you on the stunning one hour drive to Kazungula. We'll cross over the Zambezi River to our waiting vehicles. Here you'll be transferred to your stunning tent in Elephant Valley. Once settled in, you will receive your welcome lunch and later afternoon, you will get the chance to watch elephants walking through the camp to our watering hole. A truly stunning conclusion to a wonderful day.

    Day Two

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    After a great sleep in your luxury tent, we'll take you for a game drive in the heart of the Chobe National Park. With the largest population of elephants in the world, plus a vast array of fascinating wildlife such as zebra, giraffe, buffalo, hyena and lion. You will return to the lodge for lucnh and again in the evening have the chance to take a sundowner safari out into the park or simply relax at the lodge.

    Day Three

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    You'll be up and away early on a morning game drive this morning prior to a stunning breakfast at the lodge. We will then transfer you back to the Kazungula Border and onward back to Livingstone.

    Pick Up Point & Times

    We will collect you at 8am on Day One of your trip and you will be back by 12 midday on Day three of your trip.

  • What You Need To Bring With You

    Most people have in their possession what is needed for this trip. In particular we recommend the following:

    • Lightweight trousers (neutral colours)
    • Long sleeved shirt or blouse (neutral colours)
    • Sunhat
    • Sunglasses
    • Binoculars
    • Camera
    • Medication you are on
    • Personal toiletries
    • Spare underwear
    • Other clothing required
    • Passport and re-entry visa into Zambia

    The Small Print

    Single Supplement Available: GBP£200
    Childrens Rate Available: 50%
    Please notify us of your dietary preference on booking as failure to do so may result in your preference not being available.

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Dates & Prices

Below are dates and prices for your trip. We run with a minimum of 2 guests and transfers are provided  to and from Livingstone to Kazungula, and to your lodge from there. We also recommend that you hold a double entry visa (at a cost of $80) if you are planning this as part of your holiday.

Botswana Luxury Safari

Daily from August - January
2.5 days
GBP £ 525
Euro € 620
USD $ 860

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