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About Elephant Valley Lodge

Straddling the game rich area between Chobe and Zimbabwe’s Matetsi reserve lies the Kasane Forest Reserve. It is here in the Lesoma Valley that one will find Elephant Valley Lodge, uniquely positioned thus offering spectacular game viewing long after guests have left the national park.

The lodge has a very active waterhole frequented by numerous species, including elephant, lion, buffalo, and leopard. These sightings present superb photographic opportunities from the comfort and safety of the viewing hide or the lodge’s main deck areas. Sturdy acacias reach high above the camp, forming large canopies of shade, under which you will find twenty ‘meru’ styled luxury safari tents.

Each of the spacious tents feature twin beds, mini-safe and en-suite facilities which include an indoor shower and toilet. Your safari experience includes a morning boat cruise on the Chobe River where guests are provided with a magnificent opportunity to view the various species that frequent the Chobe River. Guests then return back to the lodge, where they can while away their time around the pool area or relax in the lounge, recording their morning sightings on a postcard.

Access to the lodge is possible through either Kasane, Victoria Falls, or Livingstone International airport. It is from Livingstone airport where guests can elect to enjoy a one hour vehicle transfer before meeting their guide at the Botswana border. Alternatively one can connect to Kasane on an “Angels and Elephants” air transfer, routing over the magnificent Victoria Falls before descending down to where the Chobe and Zambezi River confluence, then skim along the Chobe River, landing at Kasane Airport where your guide will assist you in clearing through customs.

Safari: The afternoon safari takes guests into the Chobe National Park. Guests return to the lodge through the Kasane Forest Reserve, providing guests with further opportunity to experience a game drive after dark.

  • Response Rate: 75%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 21 hours
  • Type: Safari
  • Sleeps: 42
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Reviews: 3 Reviews


  • Airport Shuttle
  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant on Premises
  • Parking on Premises

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Reviews for Elephant Valley Lodge

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Jean Michel Bened, France
18 August 2011

It was absolutely tops! It was everything we hoped it would be and more. Thank you Elephant Lodge for making our Chobe experience so good! The game drives were wonderful and the food was delicious. And for two of our nights there, we were treated to some great singing and dancing by staff. It was all just a delight from beginning to end.

Michelle Hugo, South Africa
29 December 2010

We returned to Elephant Valley Lodge after a visit five years ago. This stays the most magnificent area to visit. You will never be disappointed! The staff goes the extra mile with any request. Thank you for making my husband's birthday one he will always remember. Many thanks!!!

Anders Krystad, Norway
12 November 2006

Great staff, good food, good accommodation, all promised transfers etc to perfection. Chobe is always great.All in all: good experience, will recommend to others.

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Elephant Valley Lodge is 10.1km from the centre of Kasane , the nearest airport 9.3km (Kasane Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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