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We had a memorable two night stay which started badly when there was no one to pick us up at Kasane airport for over an hour and a lot of phone calls, then the vehicle broke down on our way through the park to our...More
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Response from andBeyondTravel, Regional Director – Southern Africa at andBeyond Chobe Under CanvasResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you so much for taking the time to post a review of your stay at andBeyond Chobe Under Canvas. Your kind and most complimentary words are received with much appreciation and your praise has been shared with KD and our magical Chobe...More
If you want to visit Chobe Park then this is the place to stay! You are right in the middle of the wildlife and have a better chance early in the morning and late afternoon to observe and find the animals without too many other...More
Andbeyond Chobe Under Canvas is a really interesting experience to be added to a couple of days in the Delta. While it's not as luxurious as the other andbeyond accommodations in Botswana (which is expected given the mobile nature of the camp), it is an...More
We had an unforgettable time at Chobe Under Canvas! As huge fans of andBeyond (this is our fourth time staying at an andBeyond lodge), we were again hugely satisfied by the experience and attention to detail. With only 5 tents (and only 3 were used...More
Chobe Under Canvas was our first Safari Camp in Botswana. Our trip into the reserve was with Innocent, our amazing guide for the trip. We saw hundreds of Elephants, Baboons Impalas, Kudus and many other animals. We arrived at the camp and were greeted by...More
Hi Gabriele - No, you cannot drive off-road in Chobe National Park. However, I did not find this to be an impediment at all. The wildlife in this park are used to feeling safe around vehicles, and they were regularly... More
Hi Gabriele - No, you cannot drive off-road in Chobe National Park. However, I did not find this to be an impediment at all. The wildlife in this park are used to feeling safe around vehicles, and they were regularly crossing and hanging out by the dirt roads. Also, there is a river road that goes along the river, and all of the animals come to the river to drink at some point.
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"All rooms are closeby and surrounding the main area"