Home to a population of over 80 000 elephants, Chobe is one of the best places on the planet to view these giant pachyderms in their natural environment. Great herds of buffalo hunted by large prides of lion, a notable zebra migration and the aqautic pods of hippo alongside sinister crocodiles make this a game viewing spectacle. The Chobe River is most popular for its boat-based game viewing and fishing for the predatory Tigerfish. There are a number of hotels and safari lodges on the periphery of the park and several bush camps and remote camping sites within the park. Self-drive and guided safaris take place in the park where one can get intimately acquainted with Africa's larger mammal species. Chobe is also situated close enough to Victoria Falls to do day trips and is well worth a visit for those heading in to the area. For those looking for a true wilderness experience, the Savuti and the Linyanti areas are phenomenal and host incredible concentrations of wildlife.

Facts & Figures

Park / Reserve Size: 11 700 sq km
Reserve Type: National Park
Big 5: No
Specialist Specie: Elephant
Malaria Area: Yes
Nearest Town: Kasane

Accommodation in Chobe National Park

Camp Savuti, Chobe

Camp Savuti has become famous for its exceptional game viewing opportunities, in particular it is famed for lions that prey and hunt on elephants, which are found in abundance in the area. Award-winning documentaries have been shot in the Savuti area, securing its reputation as a prime wildlife destination. Camp Savuti overlooks the dense Savuti marsh area and all 5…

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Accomodation Type: Full Board
Budget: More than $500 p.p.p.d.

Chobe Bush Lodge

Chobe Bush Lodge is situated on the outskirts of the town of Kasane directly on the border of Chobe National Park and within 150m from Chobe River. Right on our doorstep four African countries meet (Botswana, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia), Chobe Bush Lodge is therefore an excellent gateway location to Chobe, Victoria Falls and Caprivi. We are within close proximity…

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Accomodation Type: Full Board
Budget: $150 - $300 p.p.p.d.

Chobe Marina Lodge

A glistening jewel, Chobe Marina Lodge is perfectly positioned right on the water’s edge and uniquely located in the North-Eastern corner of Botswana where the four African nations of Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Namibia converge. This tranquil haven is surrounded by the natural beauty of Africa. The Chobe River, Chobe National Park, Kasane Forest Reserve, the Caprivi Strip and the…

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Accomodation Type: Full Board
Budget: $300 - $500 p.p.p.d.

Tours and Activities in Chobe National Park

Aspect V: Aspect Zibo

Experience an extraordinary adventure at the meeting point of 4 African countries. This region is blessed with some of the greatest wildlife concentrations in Africa. Botswana is one of our Africa's premier safari destinations, and Zimbabwe is an incredible adventure destination, so pairing the two makes for an unforgettable safari. There are more elephants in this region than in any…

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Duration: 8 nights
Budget: $300 - $500 p.p.p.d.

Botswana Affordable Wild Camping Tour

This adventurous safari tour provides you with a true safari wilderness experience. On this tour, which lasts for 8 days and 9 nights, you will get to camp out in the wilderness of Botswana, embarking on exciting game drives and viewing the incredible wild game species the region has to offer. Accommodation is provided in the form of semi-participation camping,…

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Duration: 9 days, 8 nights
Budget: Less than $150 p.p.p.d.

Botswana Classic Camping Tour

This 7-night, 8-day camping safari tour takes you through Botswana's Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park, for a chance to see the incredible wildlife of the area, and experience a thrilling wilderness camping adventure. The tour begins in Maun. From Maun you will drive through to Moremi Game Reserve. The next 3 days will be spent searching for the…

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Duration: 7 nights, 8 days
Budget: $150 - $300 p.p.p.d.

Lookout for

Spotted Hyena
African Wild Dog
Sable Antelope
Roan Antelope

Key Species


African Fish Eagle
Pels Fishing Owl
Carmine Bee Eater
Long-toed Plover
African Skimmer

Nile Crocodile
Water Monitor
African Marsh Terrapin

Sausage Tree

Open Water
Savannah Woodland
Open Grassland

Wildlife Ratings

Big 5: 8
Mammals: 9
Birds: 8.5
Reptiles: 8.5
Trees: 7
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