Situated on the banks of the Chobe River, this small town is the gateway to Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park teems with elephants. They wander onto the fairways of the local golf courses. They feed contentedly between the reeds on Sedudu Island, photographed with enthusiasm by travellers on sunset cruises.
Sometimes they wander into Kasane town and the rangers have to drive them back into the national park. With a population of more than 120, 000 elephants, it’s almost a guarantee that visitors to Chobe will see an elephant from up close. Most of the action in Chobe takes place near the river, where animals gather in large numbers during the dry season. Visitors can enjoy exhilarating sightings from 4x4s on the river road, or from a boat on the meandering river at sunset.
Kasane is conveniently located to visit Botswana’s northerly attractions, and to detour to Victoria Falls on the Zimbabwe/Zambia border, Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, and the protected areas of Namibia’s eastern Caprivi Strip
It is the ideal destination for first-time visitors to Africa
It is a suitable destination for self-drive visitors
The town has an international airport
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