Chobe National Park Safari
Chobe National Park is the jewel of Botswana and is home to the world's largest population of elephant. The land of giants, as it is locally known, covers and area of 12 000 square kilometers - perfect for your Chobe National Park safari. To the far north, the park borders on the Chobe river. Here you'll encounter large herds of elephant and cape buffalo as they quench their thirst during Botswana's famously dry summer months. A Chobe Game Drive will get right up to the water's edge where you're guaranteed to see more than 15 different species of wildlife. Be sure to have your camera ready. The Park's famous ellies often swim from one side of the river to the other, cooling off in the crisp water on their way to greener vegetation. In the Southwestern parts of the Chobe National Park you'll find the Savute. The large open plains make it an ideal place for African predators to hunt, and filmmakers to capture the action against one of Africa's most famous backdrops. Chobe National Park is a safari-lover's dream destination. We can't wait to welcome you!
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Chobe National Park Safari Accommodation
Chobe National Park offers safari lodge accommodation for every type of traveler. Take your pick of bush lodges on the banks of the Chobe River or something a little more secluded in the Chobe Forest. Then kick back and relax while you take in everything Botswana has to offer.
6 Activities to do on your Chobe National Park Safari
Game drives, river fishing, village visits and more await in Botswana. Undoubtedly, the Chobe River Game Cruise is a once-in-a-lifetime experience and will a get you up close and personal with wildlife on the banks of the Chobe River. We highly recommend it.