Chobe - An Elephant Haven
A wildlife enthusiast's dream, Chobe National Park is one of the top wilderness reserves in the world. From the striking Savute area to the beautiful Linyanti River, it is a vast landscape waiting to be explored.
Chobe covers almost 11 000 km² (4 250 square miles) and was Botswana’s first national park. It boasts some of the largest concentrations of wildlife in Africa, but is best known for its large herds of Kalahari elephants, said to be the largest elephant population in the world (approximately 120 000). These impressive herds can be witnessed from the relaxing vantage point of a boat, floating down the Chobe River, or on an interpretive game drive.
Prime birdwatching destination, with 450 species during the rainy season
Four ecosystems host a large diversity of game
Superb game viewing at Savute Marsh and Linyanti River
Close proximity to Zimbabwe’s Victoria Falls
- Large elephant population
From $ 415 per person sharing
Well-used animal trails meander between five ensuite safari tents at Chobe Under Canvas, positioned at exclusive semi-permanent campsites in the game-rich Chobe National Park.
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Botswana River Cruise
Experience ultimate luxury and unequalled natural beauty with a one night cruise on board the Ichobezi Moli. Explore the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers with an unforgettable experience on this spacious and comfortable boat, with first class service. Ever changing views ensure you remain enthralled with the wonders of this special corner of Africa.
Interactive Trip Finder
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