Chobe National Park Destinations


gallery

Escape to the kingdom of elephants


From the verdant and lush marshlands of Savuti and Linyanti to the extensive floodplains running along the Chobe River, Chobe National Park is one of Botswana’s crowning glories - thanks to its population of elephants and its status the most biologically diverse park in the country.

The two distinct dry and wet seasons see the park morph from riverbanks populated with wandering wildlife along the Chobe into a bird-watchers paradise, after the remaining wildlife has dispersed further south to the more secluded regions of the park. Chobe is home to four of the Big 5 and its population of elephants is especially impressive, exceeding about 50,000 in number.

There are a variety of accommodation options in Chobe National Park ranging from houseboats to campsites and luxury lodges. The nearby town of Kasane boasts a number of B&Bs or self-catering apartments, and day trips can easily be taken into the park while the neighbouring village of Kazungula operates a ferry that crosses to Zambia and gives visitors the chance to see Victoria Falls. The dry season is the best time to visit for game-spotting opportunities whereas the wet season shows off the park’s prolific birdlife.

 

Highlights

  • The third-largest park in Botswana as well as the most biologically diverse
  • The park is renowned for its superb elephant population
  • The park’s four distinct ecosystems support an abundance of varied fauna and flora
  • Chobe is easily reached via the nearby town of Kasane’s airport with flights arriving daily from Johannesburg, Gaborone, and Maun
  • Victoria Falls is less than 100 kilometres from Chobe’s north-eastern gate

What our guests say about us

Meet your African safari experts

Meet the Rhinos
  • Made in Africa
  • Price Guarantee
  • Expert Consultants
  • Doing Good
  • Financial Protection

Call Us

Office Hours: Now Open Closed
08:30 - 17:00 (GMT+2)
Toll Free:

0808 238 0044

888 2156 556

1 800 447164

1 800 947168

1 844 8517 090

800 900 341

800 101 3310

080 045 2877

800 018 4895

0800 182 3211

0800 562 964

0800 295 105

0800 919 394

0800 721 24

800 260 73

0800 848 229

1 844 2867 643

9009 476 83

0018 005 11710

0800 444 6880

018 0051 81669

0800 7618 612

800 827 648

Local Number:

+27 21 469 2600