Although technically on Namibian soil, there are several lodges on the northern side of the Chobe River which use Kasane as a base. Most of their visitors and supplies come through Kasane, and their activities feature trips on the river beside the park.
Two of these – King's Den and Chobe Savannah Lodge – stand on land directly opposite the national park, hence I'll cover them in the chapter on Chobe National Park.
Two others stand northeast of Kasane, on Impalila Island, and I'll discuss these here. For more details of the Impalila area, and the rest of Namibia's Caprivi Strip, see one of my other guidebooks – Namibia: The Bradt Travel Guide. Because Namibian accommodation is generally much less expensive than that in Botswana, both are very good value for money.