Chobe National Park
Chobe is Botswana’s oldest national park, and it is perhaps best known for its booming elephant population, the game-filled floodplains at the Chobe River, and the notorious Savute Marsh. Chobe is located in the north of the country and occupies a very large area with a changing terrain and the greatest concentration of game in Africa, making it an unmissable destination for safari.Enquire Now
The Chobe Riverfront is one of the most popular tourist regions of Botswana, with a host of safari lodges located on the river, which forms the country’s border with Namibia. Sunset boat cruises on the Chobe River itself, or game drives on the burgeoning floodplains are two of the most rewarding safari experiences in the area with a high population of large mammals as well as special bird species to be spotted.