At the confluence of 4 countries, this Botswana game lodge is on the edge of Chobe National Park, Botswana and the Chobe River. The Lesoma Valley in Kasane Forest Reserve makes a perfect setting.
Elephant Valley Lodge is shaded by sturdy knob thorn trees and overlooks a busy waterhole; a secluded hide is available for guests who can also see a large colony of White Back Vultures.
Where Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia meet is a major route for large herds of Elephant to roam through the Chobe National Park, Botswana and beyond. This region is home to around 120 000 wild Elephant, the largest population in the world.
These animals and many others can be seen while cruising along the river and on game drives with qualified rangers from Elephant Valley Lodge.
Elephant Valley Lodge is situated in an excellent position for guests exploring this region. Victoria Falls and Livingstone are an hour away and even closer is Kasane. Adventurers can explore Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Namibia (Caprivi Strip), as all 4 borders meet close to the lodge.
There are regular flight connections to these airports:
Various companies provide transfers from the airport to the Botswana Border, taking about 1 hour. A 15 minute transfer to the lodge can be arranged.
Various companies provide transfers to Kazangula Border Post, taking 1 hour. At the border there is a ferry across the water to the Botswana side. A 15 minute transfer can be arranged to the lodge.
Transfers can be arranged - the trip will take about 15 minutes.