A dining table set up on a deck overlooking a water hole with Elephants drinkingA dining table set up on a deck overlooking a water hole with Elephants drinking

Elephant Valley Lodge

From: $425.00

Elephant Valley Lodge overlooking the Lesoma Valley and Chobe National Park is an intimate camp with tents nestled under trees. Sweeping views of the African bush and incredible Elephant sightings make this an ideal camp for excellent wildlife encounters.


Elephant Valley Lodge

Chobe National Park

Elephant Valley Lodge lies in a unique position overlooking the Lesoma Valley in the Chobe District. This is home to one of the largest populations of African Elephant in the world.  Game is able to move freely in the valley between the neighboring Chobe Game Reserve and the National Parks of Zimbabwe.

Morning and afternoon game drives, boat cruises along the Chobe River in Chobe National Park and day trips to the Victoria Falls either in Zambia or Zimbabwe can easily be arranged.

Forest Tents

The lodge has 12 forest tents in the shady canopy of trees surrounding the swimming pool. One of these is a family tent which includes a second bedroom with twin beds and a large bathroom with bath and shower.  The 8 valley tents have views overlooking the valley and water hole.

All the tents are spacious with twin three-quarter beds and an en-suite shower, toilet and basins. Tea and coffee making facilities, fan, (electric blankets in winter), hair dryer and charging points. Each tent has it’s own private deck.

A traditional boma serves evening meals and a game viewing platform brings you closer to the valley’s wildlife. An attractive open lounge with bar and upper viewing deck is connected to the dining areas. All these facilities have magnificent views overlooking the valley and waterhole. The waterhole attracts a wide variety of game, particularly Elephant, but also Giraffe, Buffalo and varied antelope such as Waterbuck, Kudu and Bushbuck.

Activities include daily safaris and boat cruises into the Chobe National Park. The unique location provides guests with game viewing opportunities throughout the day and night.

Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Botswana.

Something a little more luxurious to your liking? Have a look at Linyanti Ebony or Linyanti Bush Camp.

For more information on Chobe National Park and its greater significance to the conservation of wildlife read what the Peace Parks Foundation has been achieving.

How to Get There

Fly In

Fly to Kasane from Cape Town or Johannesburg’s O R Tambo International Airports with SA Airlink, Air Botswana or South African Airways.

On your arrival in Kasane you will be met by your safari representative who will assist you with your luggage and onto a vehicle for the drive to the lodge.

For assistance with ground arrangements, get in touch with us.



  • Accommodation
  • All meals
  • Teas and snacks
  • Laundry (max 2 items per person per stay)
  • Select local drinks, soft drinks and water
  • Two safari activities per day
  • Transfers to/from Kasane Airport for scheduled flights only
  • VAT
  • Park Fees’
  • Bed levy


  • Premium drinks
  • Champagne
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Gratuities
  • Travel insurance
  • Domestic flights
  • Emergency medical evacuation insurance
  • Transfer for private charters

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