Kalahari Tours is a safari outfit with over 15 years experience in game viewing and camping trips in Chobe National Park
Joselito E United States
First of all: Chobe is an amazing and wonderful place to visit. It is exceptionally beautiful and we were lucky to see the Chobe river at its highest point in 50 year, leading to spectacular sightings. We (group of four) were transported from and back to our hotel in Livingstone with no extra costs and there was visa assistance. This all went super professional and smooth. Our 2 day-3 day trip included two boat-safari and the rest was done by 4X4. The organisation was flawless and the personel was great. We bush camped in an amazing spot deep in the park and the staff made us fantastic food! We had the privilige to be guided by Robsson, the most professional guide I've ever encountered (I've been to 9 African countries and had over 20 guided drives). He's very knowledgable and professional and also has a fantastic personality. We quickly became friends and would like to book again next year. This is a great tour and at an extremely low price, especially for Botswana standards. Highly, highly recommended!
A traveler United Kingdom
Very good guides for both trips who are helpful & knowledgeable. Even helped with arranging a helicopter flight over the falls. Would recommend
I did the one day one night safari to Chobe national park in Botswana. All transportation was arranged to and from our hostel. Food was provided and was delicious. Vegan and gluten free options provided upon request. The safari itself was unreal. We were in safari jeeps in sandy terrain. Our guide was very knowledgeable and friendly. We were able to tell him what animals we wanted to see and he did his best to accommodate to our wants. Our camp was spectacular with a fire pit, chairs, tents, sleeping matts, pillows, and comforters provided. Bring a flashlight or headlamp.. it gets dark quickly. Pit toilets with privacy and tp were there. We saw elephants, buffalo, crocodiles, lions, giraffes, and many more. Our guides were safety conscious and professional. Things I found most useful to bring: Headlamp, sunscreen, snacks, binoculars, camera, portable USB battery charger, sunglasses, baby wipes.