There are a variety of exciting activities available that take advantage of the prolific wildlife nearby. Accompanied by an armed guide and tracker, game drives are conducted in the early morning and late afternoon/evening to avoid the heat of the day. Boat cruises are a special treat. A leisurely cruise along the Chobe River at sunset gives guests the opportunity to spot wildlife coming down to the water to drink. It’s the perfect place to view large herds of elephant drinking and bathing. Red lechwe, puku, zebra, sable, and roan antelope can be spotted grazing on the floodplains beyond. In the hot dry corridors of the park, the elusive oribi, oryx, eland, ostrich, and steenbok are at home. Other species wandering through this area include giraffe, roan, sable, and elephant. Visitors to Chobe are also likely to see two rare antelope, the puku and the Chobe bushbuck.
Facilities in the camp include campfires, a lounge area, swimming pool, and various viewing decks. Dinners are served beneath the stars and feature mouth-watering meals freshly prepared over an open fire. Because the campsites are not fenced off, guests are asked to be extremely vigilant always and are accompanied by a guide at night.