Chobe Under Canvas

The comfortable mobile tents of Chobe under Canvas offer guests the chance to get as close as possible to Chobe's vast wildlife herds by relocating every five or six days to carefully selected positions. Home to a variety of big game, Chobe is particularly well known for its large herds of elephant and buffalo, as well as the two antelope that cannot be encountered anywhere else in Botswana, the puku and Chobe bushbuck.

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Five well-appointed walk in tents accommodating a maximum of ten guests are furnished with comfortable beds, a hanging rail, canvas wardrobe and luggage chest. The en-suite bathroom is complete with flush toilet and bucket shower.

A marquee-style tent forms the main area where delicious meals are enjoyed as a group around a long, lantern-lit table. There is also a small 'bar' table holding a selection of drinks, a small reference library and a selection of board games.

Getting There

Chobe Under Canvas is approximately a 30-minute transfer by game vehicle from the town of Kasane, although stops are made for wildlife sightings on the way.


Twice daily game drives and Chobe river cruises.

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This was perhaps the the most unexpected and challenging camp that we stayed in but we thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The staff led by Igobe went out of their way to make us comfortable and we adapted well to no electricity or connectivity. It was a great start to our safari experience. We had an excellent guide in Innocent and a great programme. All things…

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Mary & John Broughan

This was a very different experience but a most enjoyable one. All the staff were friendly and helpful. The food was excellent based on the facilities available. Our guide was terrific and we saw a wide variety of bird and animal life. A highlight was the boat trip with the inbuilt cameras where we got close up to wildlife and we are now enjoying watching the photos and bringing…

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