All rates are confidential, inclusive of VAT and in US
Accommodation rates are per person per night sharing,
except for family suites and villas which are per family suite/villa
- May be applied for a combination of &Beyond lodges
in Africa (subject to seasonal availability of the offer), for the same
guests on a single itinerary.
- These cannot be used in conjunction with any other
&Beyond offers, including Signature offers.
- 6+ Night Long Stay Rate is valid 1 Sep - 31 Dec
'20, 1 Jan - 31 May '21 , 1 Sep - 10 Jan '22
- 11 Jan - 30 Apr and 1 Nov - 20 Dec: A single supplement of
50% is only charged from the third single room per booking.
- 1 May - 31 Oct, 21 Dec - 10 Jan '21 and 21 Dec -
10 Jan '22: A single supplement of 50% applies to all single
- A single supplement will be charged when an adult is
sharing with an infant.
Triple room only allows for children under 12 years to share
with two adults, are suitable for a maximum of two adults
Includes: Accommodation, three meals daily, soft
drinks, house wines, local brand spirits and beers, teas and coffees,
refreshments on game drives, laundry (excluding Chobe and Savute Under
Canvas), safari activities, emergency medical evacuation insurance,
VAT, transfers to and from the lodge airstrip and park fees
Telephone calls, safari shop purchases, gratuities, all items of a
personal nature, champagne, cognacs, fine wines, premium brand spirits
and cigars and landing fees.
Pilots and Local
Driver-Guides: Rate only includes accommodation, meals,
teas and coffees. Accommodation in a pilot/guide room is on a twin
basis; single rooms will be allocated depending on availability.
Tour Leaders, Private
Guides: Normal guest inclusions and exclusions apply. A
maximum of 1 Tourleader on a discounted rate per 14 guests.
Vehicles: A private 4x4 safari vehicle can be
pre-booked at applicable lodges, subject to availability. Rates are per
vehicle per night, from 2pm on day of arrival to 11am on day of
departure. Please see applicable notes under our Child Policy for
children joining on a private vehicle.
Vehicles: Please be advised that the use of
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones) is not allowed in any of the
conservation areas we manage, until such time as their impact on
wildlife and anti-poaching initiatives can be assessed. This rule will
apply throughout Africa, as our partners in various countries and
regions have adopted a similar stance.
||Rate (not applicable to villas/family suites)
||Guided Bush Walks & Mokoro
|0 - 2 years, sharing with 1 or 2 adults
||Free of charge
||Cots subject to availability
|3 – 5 years, sharing with 1 or 2 adults
||Free of charge
||Triple rooms subject to availability
||Not permitted; additional children's drives may be
|6 - 16 years, sharing with 1 or 2 adults
||50% of full adult rate
||Triple rooms subject to availability
||Yes, 6-11 yrs at Lodge Manager's discretion
||12 years and older
||16 years and older
|6 – 16 years in own room
||1st child: adult rate
2nd & 3rd child: 50% of adult rate
|Max 3 children per room
(subject to triple room availability)
|Yes, 6-11 yrs at Lodge Manager's discretion
||12 years and older
||16 years and older
are available but must be booked on the day of arrival. A rate of USD 5 per hour is
payable at the lodge.
Whilst there are age restrictions for children permitted on game
viewing activities, all ages will be accommodated on game drive and
boat transfers to-and-from the lodge.
Triple room at
Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp and Xaranna Okavango Delta
Camp: Only allows for children under 12 years to share with two adults.
If paying for a Private
Vehicle, children of any age may go on game drive, with
access to sightings being at the discretion of the guide, based on the
behaviour of both child and animals. Greater distances to animals may
be adhered to, or certain sightings may be avoided, in order to ensure
the safety of all. In the case of boating activities, the availability
of boats may restrict private use and require forward planning.
Triple room at Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp and Xaranna
Okavango Delta Camp: Only allows for children under 12 years to share
with two adults.
The Lodge at Chobe Under Canvas
Live out the adventure of a lifetime as close to nature as you can get in the relaxing solitude of the African landscape.
Comfortable mobile safari tents with ensuite bathrooms (with flush w.c. and steaming hot bucket shower) at secluded campsites in the game-rich Chobe National Park offer up close and personal encounters with Botswana’s wildlife.
One of the top wilderness areas in the world, Chobe is home to some of the largest elephant herds on the African continent.
Carefully positioned as close as possible to the resident game, enjoy the simplicity of our mobile tents at private campsites in one of the top wildlife areas in the world.
Evidence of vast herds of wildlife wandering the African bush exists on the well-used animal trails that meander between the tents.
The camp moves to a different site every five or six days, ensuring that game drives constantly explore fresh areas.
Live out the adventure of a lifetime as close to nature as you can get in the relaxing solitude of the African landscape. Comfortable mobile safari tents at secluded campsites in the game-rich Chobe National Park offer up close and personal encounters with Botswana’s wildlife at &Beyond Chobe Under Canvas.
Green shadows on the walls of your tent, faint birdsong filtering through the trees and the sweet fragrance of morning dew on bush vegetation welcome each new day at Chobe Under Canvas. Steaming hot water in your ensuite bathroom’s bucket shower refreshes and revitalises for the day ahead. Shady veranda areas offer a vantage point to enjoy the smaller details of bush life. Crisp linens and a spacious double bed welcome weary bodies after a long day filled with discovery.
Set in secluded campsites in the game-rich Chobe National Park, five ensuite safari tents form an intimate cluster of warmth and comfort. Tucked in the shade of a dense forest deep in the pristine African bush, a maximum of ten guests revel in the total isolation of these private wildlife sites. Night time noises filter through canvas walls and well-used animal trails bring unexpected visitors to thrill and delight.
Tented guest areas create shady spaces to relax in the heat of the day or share a drink with friends in the evening hours, as dishes full of flavour find their way to dining tables. Sated, draw your chair closer to the fire as talk and laughter merge into the starry night, swapping stories meant to last a lifetime.
A Day at Chobe Under Canvas
At &Beyond Chobe Under Canvas your days are designed to thrill you with intimate wildlife experiences and your nights to spoil you with the romance of canvas under open African skies.
Morning Game Drive
As dawn breaks over the bush, the deep voice of your butler delivers a wake-up call at your tent. A tray of tea, coffee and homemade biscuits will be waiting outside your tent. Climb into an open 4x4 safari vehicle with your guide and tracker and set off through the waking bush. You may be lucky enough to spot predators feasting on their kill from the night before or herds of buffalo grazing before the heat of the day.
After a morning spent tracking down wildlife, return to the camp for a hearty breakfast. Feast on platters laden with toast, jams and marmalades, homemade muesli, fresh fruits and assorted cheeses. Hot breakfasts are prepared on the open fire, with eggs, omelettes, frittatas and freshly cooked pot breads.
After breakfast, indulge in a steaming hot bucket shower or maybe a quick nap before lunch. Inviting lunch platters are served in the cool shade of the dining tent.
While away the afternoon hours with a good book and a chilled glass of wine in the guest tent or simply watch the wonders of the bush directly from your tent's veranda. Afternoon tea, with a selection of light snacks, will be served in the late afternoon.
Afternoon Game Drive
Depart on an afternoon game drive as the heat of the day starts to break or try something a little different on a river cruise. Glide among hundreds of elephant, which come down to drink or just cavort in the cooling waters. Hippo can be spotted both in and out of the water and herds of beautiful sable wander the water's edge. Snacks and sundowners are served on board as the sun sinks beneath the horizon.
As you arrive back at the camp, cocktails are served around a blazing fire. Dine under the stars on a delicious meal cooked on the open flames. After dinner, indulge in decadent desserts, served with tea, coffee or cognac. Stories from an adventurous day are shared around a glowing campfire. You will then be escorted back to your tent, where you will drift off to sleep amidst the sounds of the African bush.
Wildlife at Chobe Under Canvas
Renowned as one of the top wildlife reserves in the world, Chobe National Park is home to the largest concentration of elephant on the African continent.
The vast elephant population has had a significant impact on the park, thinning out the dense riverine thickets on the banks of the Chobe River. With an incredible wealth of species, Chobe is a haven for birding enthusiasts. Striking colonies of carmine bee-eaters build their nests in the exposed sandy banks of the river.
Renowned as one of the top wildlife reserves in the world, Chobe National Park is home to the largest concentration of elephant on the African continent. The vast elephant population has had a significant impact on the park, thinning out the dense riverine thickets on the banks of the Chobe River. The huge bulk of these majestic animals requires almost 150 kg of fodder each day, with grass, leaves or even tree branches making up their diet. Elephant herds rely upon their matriarch to lead them to the best feeding and water sites, with individuals seldom straying from each other and they are always ready to come to the aid of a family member who is in trouble.
Chobe also boasts two antelope species rarely encountered elsewhere in Botswana - the puku and the Chobe bushbuck. The puku, with their shaggy orange-brown coats and V-shaped horns, can be spotted grazing the floodplains. Always on the lookout for predators, a repetitive whistle is used to warn fellow herd members.
In contrast, the Chobe bushbuck is nocturnal and rarely forms groups of more than one pair. Rarely seen, this shy antelope, with its short, spiral horns relies on a sharp bark as an alarm call when threatened.
Both the puku and the bushbuck have a number of predators to contend with, from lion, hyena and leopard, to African wild dog, civet and caracal.
With an incredible wealth of species, Chobe is a haven for birding enthusiasts. Striking colonies of carmine bee-eaters build their nests in the exposed sandy banks of the river.
Water birds, including many species of duck and the rare red-billed pratincole can be spotted in their thousands, and guinea fowl and francolin dart through the grasses on the river’s edge.
A quintessential African sound, the haunting call of the fish eagle can often be heard echoing over the Chobe River. With their striking chestnut and white colours, these intensely territorial birds challenge competitors to regular calling duets.
Conservation & Community
At &Beyond we seek to maintain a low impact on the land while deriving high yield for our conservation initiatives by creating very small luxury lodges that support enormous tracts of biodiverse land, which remain untouched.
At every lodge we seek out small (and sometimes not so small) but meaningful ways of putting our values into action every day. Each &Beyond lodge supports the conservation of wildlife and contributes to its neighbouring communities in one way or another. In addition, we seek to limit our impact in terms of fossil fuels, the use of renewable energy, water and waste management, and recycling.
At &Beyond Chobe Under Canvas, our mobile campsites do not have the physical impact on the environment of a permanent camp. Campsites are meticulously cleaned before moving on and waste is disposed of responsibly.
Children and teachers at schools in the communities surrounding &Beyond Chobe Under Canvas were invited to partake in &Beyond's interactive conservation lessons.