Chobe National Park takes its name from the Chobe River which forms the northern boundary of the park. From the lush floodplains in the North to the Savuti marshes in the South; Chobe offers
The water source of the Chobe National Park attracts an abundance of wildlife and great herds of buffalo and elephant congregate along its banks.
Must see: The masses of elephant herds that gather around the Chobe River between June and October.
A secluded area of the Chobe National Park has been transformed into a lush and marshy state in recent years. It’s most astonishing feature: the Savute Channel, which sporadically dries up and floods in spite of the annual rainfall.
Must see: The battle between predators; namely lions and hyenas, the migration of zebra during the rainy season and Dolomite rock outcrops.
While the Nogatsaa-Tchinga may not be the most accessible of areas (best seen with the assistance of an experienced local guide) or as densely populated with wildlife as the other regions of the park, it is home to great herds of buffalo, elephants, reedbuck, and gemsbok.
Linyati is an area rich in wildlife and characterized by woodland and ancient floodplains. This vast area has a high concentration of elephant in the winter months.
Must see: The Linyati offers diverse game-viewing experiences, both on land and on waterways.
Must see: Boat trips along the Chobe River.