Each unit has a fully equipped kitchen, luxurious bathroom and beautifully furnished bedroom. The comfortable lounges, fitted with DSTV, offer a pull out couch so that each cottage can sleep up to four people and are ideal for families. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
On Botswana's far northern border lies the Kwando, Linyanti and Chobe river system forming a series of lakes, islands and floodplains. This area forms the Chobe National Park, famous for its large buffalo and elephant herds... …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
This spacious, luxury home has five bedrooms, air conditioning, a fully equipped kitchen, a sparkling swimming pool, Wi-Fi throughout, and a games room. …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
Caprivi Houseboat Safaris' Lodge is an exclusive lodge nestled amid a lush green garden on the banks of the Zambezi River, a few kilometers east of Katima Mulilo in the Zambezi (Caprivi) region of Namibia, offering genuine hospitality in a relaxed and inf …see more for bookings / enquiries and info.
In the far North of Botswana's Chobe National Park, and about 70 kms from the Victoria Falls four countries, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia, all meet at one point, and it is here that you can find the small town of Kasane. The town lies on the south bank of the Chobe River which forms the border with the extreme tip of Namibia's Caprivi Strip. About 8 km to the east of Kasane Botswana has a short frontage with the Zambezi river immediately below its confluence with the Chobe, and here the Kasane border post serves the Kazungula Ferry crossing to Zambia on the north bank of the Zambezi. The town lies at the northern end of the tarred road from Francistown and Gaborone which is a regional artery between southern and central Africa, particularly for trucks too heavy for the Victoria Falls Bridge's periodic weight retrictions. Kasane is the administrative centre of the Chobe District and the northern entrance to the Chobe National Park. There is one entrance into the Chobe National Park from Kasane, Sedudu gate. As there are no boundary fences between the park and the village, game such as elephant and hippo can frequently be seen wandering down the road and through the Kasane campsites.