About Chobe National Park
Famous for colossal elephant populations, substantial herds of buffalo, lion prides and incredible birdlife, Chobe National Park will without a doubt, leave you in awe of its beauty.
Referred to as ‘The Land of The Giants’, Chobe National Park is located in the north-east corner of Botswana. Chobe is located at the confluence of the Chobe River, and is home to Africa’s largest elephant population (some even say it’s the largest concentration of elephant in the World). The Park comprises of more than 10,000km2 of rich ecosystems, diverse landscapes and an almost unparalleled abundance of wildlife and birdlife all centred around the stunning Chobe River.
Chobe National Park is situated where four countries meet - it borders Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia, resulting in it being a popular option for a day trip from Victoria Falls. This also makes Chobe easily accessible to a multiude of other safari destinations in Africa.
A safari visit to Chobe can be combined with various lodges in areas that include the Okavango Delta and Moremi Game Reserves, Makgadikgadi Pans, Linyanti and Savute Areas. These regions are highly favoured for excellent game viewing and exhilarating activity options.
Game DrivesOpen vehicle game drives are the best way to get close to these majestic animals. Experienced rangers deliver once-in-a-lifetime moments.
Highly Rated LodgesPopular and highly rated lodges delivers a true African experience - luxury in a safari setting.
Incredible WildlifeFrom excellent opportunities for encounters with the Big 5 to the full diverse range of other indigenous wildlife, the area has it all.
Night Game DrivesAt night the bush comes alive once more as the nocturnal animals emerge. Vehicles are fitted with spotlights for optimal game viewing.
Convenience PackagesFor complete convenience, most travel packages are all-inclusive and offers meals, drinks, activities and more as part of the price.
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Bush WalksVisitors may head out on foot with their armed ranger. The perspective of the bush is entirely different to that of a vehicle, and guests will learn to read the signs of the wild, and perhaps come into close contact with the different animal species on the reserve.
FishingApart from the relaxing aspect of fishing, it is a glorious way to be at one with the bush, listening to the chirping of the various bird species or the sounds of Hippos in the distance.
Night SafarisAs the sun sets over the horizon, the African bush is awash with colours and sounds. The evening dawns and the nocturnal animals come out from their sleeping spots. Night time is when new adventures are to be had while on safari.
Game DrivesRest your feet while going deeper and farther than you ever thought possible for up-close game encounters. The game drives leave just before sunrise, ensuring that you get to see the entire bush wake up. The feeling of excitement and being at one with nature is indescribable.
Game ViewingIn national parks and some other reserves, rules prohibit leaving the designated safari paths. But the wildlife are not always considerate enough to stay nearby. Get better vantages (and better photos) by heading off-road or watching animals from the hide.
Walking SafarisVisitors may head out on foot with their armed ranger. The perspective of the bush is entirely different to that of a vehicle, and guests will learn to read the signs of the wild, and perhaps come into close contact with the different animal species on the reserve.
Comprising of such a vast area of diverse habitats, the park provides a variety of wildlife depending on your location. Water-based camps are more focused on water-safari’s abundant in birdlife and excellent for crocodile and hippo sightings, whereas the dry season attracts a huge number of animals making for thrilling game viewing with four of the Big Five easily spotted.