Chobe National Park thrums with a staggering population of elephants ambling through the lush floodplains and thick mahogany woodland. This vast reserve has long held a reputation for rich wildlife since David Livingstone’s earliest explorer reports in 1851. Here the game is prodigious, particularly in the Chobe riverfront and Savute Marsh where you often see antelope sipping from the watering holes and herds of zebra on migration to the grassland.
Most of the action takes place along the water’s edge, where you can enjoy the sight of giraffes congregating in their hundreds and predators scouring the river banks for prey. When you’re not on a game drive, discover rock paintings by San bushmen thought to be over 1,500 years old, or head out on foot to see vast flocks of red-billed queleas darting around the sky.
Tailor your experience of this vast and historical national park with advice from our savvy experts who can help you navigate the wildlife and lodges.
Your journey will start with one of our UK team – someone like James, who's travelled extensively in Botswana. They’ll shape your ideas into the trip of a lifetime. But they won't do it alone. They'll draw on the expertise of our contacts on the ground, connecting you to the people who'll make your holiday one you'll always remember - the rangers who'll ensure you'll spot the best wildlife in Chobe, the village chiefs who'll give you an insight into local life and the helicopter pilots who can land you on an island in the Delta never visited by humans before.
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