Safari town at the border of four countries, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Right at the northern tip of Botswana lies the town of Kasane with its 9000 inhabitants. Kasane is situated in the Chobe District, one of ten districts in Botswana, where four countries meet: Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The Chobe River forms the north-eastern border of the Chobe National Park and flows into the Zambezi River close to Kasane.
Kasane is characterized by its favourable infrastructure as its airport is easily reachable by numerous airlines and it offers charter flights to many lodges throughout the country. Furthermore, it offers a well-developed road network into the Okavango Delta, the Caprivi Strip, to Francistown, Katima Mulilo and to the Victoria Falls, just to mention a few. Thus, it doesn’t come as a surprise that Kasane serves main access point for many tourists resulting in the annual numbers of tourists exceeding the number of inhabitants.
With such tourist numbers Kasane offers many lodges and accommodation facilities. Main attractions are the Chobe National Park and the famous Victoria falls only 70 km away.