Why Chobe National Park?
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Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park

Botswana

What We Love
  1. Africa’s biggest concentration of game
  2. Close encounters with huge herds of elephants & buffaloes
  3. See predators like lion, leopard, wild dog, hyena & jackal
  4. Amazing boat safaris on the Chobe River
  5. A photographer’s dream & year-round birding
  6. Combines well with other destinations

Why Chobe National Park?

Chobe National Park is a destination that is known around the world as ‘the home of elephants.’ This area hosts Africa’s biggest concentration of game & guests will experience close-up encounters with massive herds of elephants & buffaloes.

Experience In fact, about 120,000 elephants live in & around the national park, & inconceivable numbers of these gentle giants can be seen crowding the banks of the Chobe River during Botswana’s dry season from May to October.

Chobe National Park is also one of the best places in Africa to see predators in action. Lion, leopard, wild dog, hyena & jackal are frequently spotted.

Its ideal location enables guests to easily combine a Chobe holiday with other destinations in Botswana, as well as Zimbabwe, Zambia, Kruger National Park, Cape Town & Mozambique.

Activities The Chobe River is the lifeblood of the park & allows for exceptional game viewing along the river’s edge, both by vehicle and boat.

Experience the vast open plains on open 4x4 game drive, always accompanied by a qualified ranger. Walking safaris are also available in some areas, so be prepared to leave footprints behind.

The real highlight of a trip to the Chobe National Park is the boating safaris on the Chobe River. These water-based safaris offer awe-inspiring angles for wildlife photography. Amazing year-round bird watching can be enjoyed, especially during the Green Season.

When To Travel The Chobe National Park has 3 distinct safari seasons. The best time to travel is during high season - between July & October - when the bush is dry & the riverfront area is teeming with wildlife.

Shoulder season, which is from April to June & November, is also a great time to travel & rates are less expensive than during high season.

Green season is during the summer, between December to March, when Botswana receives rain, so the bush is lush & birdlife is amazing. During the rainy season, rates are at their lowest.

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