Chobe National Park is famed for its massive elephants, and some of the world’s largest herds of them, Chobe National Park in Botswana‘s far northeastern corner is one of the great wildlife destinations of Africa. Elephants from neighbouring Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe wonder across into Botswana and commonly called elephants without borders
In addition to the mighty pachyderms, a full suite of predators and more than 460 recorded bird species are present.
Chobe was first set aside as a wildlife reserve in the 1930s and became Botswana’s first national park in 1968. It encompasses three iconic wildlife areas that all carry a whiff of safari legend: Chobe Riverfront, which supports the park’s largest wildlife concentration; the newly accessible and Okavango-like Linyanti Marshes; and the remote and soulful Savuti, with wildlife to rival anywhere.
Camping under the stars or flying into your luxury lodge, Chobe caters for all pockets