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Kasane is a city in the Okavango-Chobe region, the northeast corner of Botswana. Set on the south bank of the Chobe River, it faces Namibia's Caprivi Strip to the north. Zimbabwe and Zambia lie nearby. Kasane is a tourist hub, a jumping-off point for the Chobe National Park and Victoria Falls.
Kasane International Airport (BBK) has a few scheduled flights, e.g. Air Botswana service to Gaborone and Maun. Many of the charter operators from Maun will also accept charters to or from Kasane.
If you are drivgin with the car, there is a paved road entering Kasane from the east and south from Nata, which connects to paved roads from Zimbabwe (notably Victoria Falls), and within Botswana from Francistown, Maun, and Gaborone. Some safari-goers may emerge from the Chobe National Park to the west.
Nearby Kazungula has a ferry leading to Zambia.
Kasane is laid out along the south bank of the Chobe River, and the main road follows the river's course. Thus the city is pretty linear.
There are share taxis between Kasane and Kazungula for only 4 Pula.
There is not much public transport in Kasane. Many destinations (between Chobe Safari Lodge and Mowana) are within 2km of each other, so you can get around well by foot. If you need a ride, you are best off with your own vehicle. Or, your lodge or safari operator may offer a transfer. There are some taxis available.
What to see
Game drives in the Chobe National Park just to the west. It seems like every lodge offers game drives, so there are many to choose from. They typically last three hours to all day. There is a fee to enter the park, which may be included in the game drive fee.
Self-drive game drives are also possible. Be sure you have a proper 4x4 vehicle, proper gear, enough water and fuel, and campsite reservations for the park.
Chobe river cruises are also offered by many operators, likely including your lodge. They typically are 3 hours long, from about 3pm - 6pm, through the sunset. Some cruises are in small boats which hold only six people; others are in large double-decker boats.
Day trip to Victoria Falls, 70 km away in Zimbabwe and Zambia, are offered by many operators.
A Trip to a traditional Namibian village on Imalila Island can be organised with a local tribal elder as a guide.
Many of the hotels have in-house dining rooms offering breakfast and dinner.
The Mowana has a fine buffet dinner. It includes a selection of game meats, and Botswana specialties like pap and shredded beef.
The Chobe Safari Lodge also offers a buffet dinner, with game meat, and stir-fry cooked while you wait. While there are many options and it is very generous it all looks much better than it tastes. Set in an open room overlooking the river, with outstanding service, it makes for a fine evening.
Commissioner's Elegant Dining Restaurant, (in the Marina Lodge). dinner 7-10pm. Perhaps the best restaurant of the lodges - thankfully it is al a carte rather than buffet.