Elephant Valley Lodge Featured
The camp perimeter is fenced to keep the elephant from moving through the camp, instead now they move around the camp boundary, along their well worn paths to and from the Chobe River. Your tent also ensures that you are able to hear the multitude of night sounds as you drift away with vivid thoughts of the experiences of your day on safari. Each of the tents features twin beds, ensuite shower and toilet, mini safe and fan.
At Elephant Valley we have found that a morning cruise along the Chobe River provides a couple of distinct advantages they include the following; During the morning the river is distinctly less busy with fewer boats. This also permits a longer experience, assuming that sightings kept us busy, and we do not have to cut the trip short to get back before sunset. It does also permit a greater length of the river to be explored.
In the afternoons we have found that the Chobe National Park is conversely less busy and we are able to enjoy a sundowner along the river to capture the sunset on camera. It is also during the late afternoon that game becomes most active.
Activities in the region are not limited to wildlife viewing, and within hours drive from the lodge is the one of the seven wonders of the world. The position of the lodge ensures that guests can view the falls either from the Zambian side or the Zimbabwean side of the falls, the choice is yours.
Should you require further information regarding the Rates for this period please contact us at *
Includes: All meals, accommodation, 2 daily activities.
Excludes: All drinks, curio purchases, Entrance Fees, Laundry and items of a personal nature.
Tourism Levy: no tourism charges are levied at present.
Guests are requested to check-in after 14h00 and checkout before 11h00.
It is important to note that whilst children are welcome at Elephant Valley Lodge, we regret that children under the age of 6 may be restricted from participation on safari activities at the discretion of the guide and / or camp manager.