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Chobe & Moremi

CHOBE NATIONAL PARK, ALSO KNOWN AS THE LAND OF GIANTS, IS HOME TO THE LARGEST POPULATION OF ELEPHANTS IN THE WORLD.

It provides excellent game viewing and birding opportunities, with more than 75 mammal species and 450 bird types. The 11,700 sq km park, established in 1968, is located in northern Botswana and its life-source is the Chobe River which affords unique water-based game viewing opportunities, such as the unforgettable sight of elephant herds swimming across the river, trunks raised. On a game drive, in addition to vast herds of elephant, you may also encounter buffalo as well as zebra, impala, waterbuck, and predators,such as lion, leopard, cheetah and wild dog.

Chobe National Park, in northern Botswana, has one of the largest concentrations of Game in Africa. By size, it is the third largest park in the country and is the most biologically diverse. It is also Botswana’s first national park.

The first inhabitants of the Chobe area were the San Bushmen whose rock paintings can still be found in the park. Over the early decades of the 20th century they were joined by other tribes. The idea of a national park was mooted in the 1930s when Sir Charles Rey, the then resident Commissioner of Bechuanaland (as Botswana was previously known), proposed that the whole region become a wildlife reserve. Part of the Chobe district was soon declared a non-hunting area, before the official creation of the Chobe Game Reserve in 1960 which then became Chobe National Park in 1968.

Things to do
Get up close and personal with the best creatures and creepy crawlies Africa has to offer. Our Chobe National Park Activities has an adventure for every type of safari explorer. For those who are a tad tamer, try a Chobe River Sunset Cruise. Sip on something cool as you watch day turn into night as the spectacular African sky changes color. A little more adventurous? Try out a Chobe River Fishing Trip where you can try and hook the elusive Tiger Fish.
Game Drives
Game Drives
It probably goes without saying that heading out on at least one game drive whilst in Chobe National Park is an absolute must. This is generally the best way to see Chobe’s predators, as well as the undulating and striking landscapes and ecosystems that stretch away from the river. You can self-drive, or most lodges include morning game drives in their rates
Boat Cruises
Boat Cruises
Chobe is particularly famous for its sunset boat cruises, a special favorite for birders and photographers which also gives you the perfect setting for a nice, cold sundowner or two. It’s the best way to see large herds of elephants crossing the river too, as well as the river’s sizeable hippo and crocodile population.
Photographic Safaris
Photographic Safaris
Every client is provided with state of the art cameras and lenses and guided by seasoned photographers in custom-designed boats and vehicles.
Fishing
Fishing
The Chobe is blessed with an abundance of fish and is a very popular fishing destination. A number of operators and lodges can organize leisurely fishing trips and provide equipment and an experienced guide. This is a great place to catch the legendary Tigerfish as well as several species of bream, all of which are great on the braai.
Guided Bush Walks
Guided Bush Walks
There is no better way to get up close and personal with the African bush than on a guided bush walk. A small handful of lodges offer this unique and intimate activity in the picturesque Chobe Forest Reserve enclave of the national park. This is wild Africa at its most unadulterated.
Village Tours
Village Tours
For those seeking a rare insight into the interesting cultural heritage of the region, this activity takes you across the Chobe River by wooden makoro canoe and then on foot into a handful of traditional tribal villages located on the Namibian side of the bank.
Weather
Annual Weather Averages. January is the hottest month in Gaborone with an average temperature of 25°C (78°F) and the coldest is July at 13°C (56°F) with the most daily sunshine hours at 11 in December. The wettest month is March with an average of 81.9mm of rain.
Four Star Hotels
Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge
Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge

To the south east of the lodge the Savuti Marsh beckons with its unique game viewing opportunities. Covered by extensive savannah and rolling grasslands, the wildlife is dynamic year round with the dry and wet seasons changing the scenery and offering annual migrations of zebras and predators. Elegance abounds in the well appointed eleven canvas suites which have been elevated on wooden decks ensuring breathtaking sunrise views. An exclusive and intimate ambience permeate this understated luxury lodge affording even the most discerning of travelers to Botswana a truly unique safari experience.

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aha Chobe Marina Lodge
aha Chobe Marina Lodge
Chobe Marina Lodge overlooks the Chobe River at the crossroads of four African countries: Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and Botswana, and is only 70km away from the world-famous Victoria Falls. The lodge offers classy and modern accommodation whilst still retaining an African theme. It is situated in the centre of Kasane and within easy walking distance of all major facilities including the bank, post office, pharmacy and supermarket.

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Nogatsaa Pans
Nogatsaa Pans
Nogatsaa Pans Chobe Lodge is in the heart of Chobe National Park with some of the best game viewing right on the doorstep. The area remains remote and untouched ensuring an authentic Botswana experience in an area dotted with hides overlooking open grasslands, clay bottom pans and waterholes. 12 Classically elegant tents on raised platforms with sweeping views of Kwikamba Pan, en-suite bathrooms, adventurous outdoor showers, lavish eco-friendly guest amenities and white percale cotton linen ensure an exquisite sense of luxury.

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Five Star Hotels
Ngoma Safari Lodge
Ngoma Safari Lodge

Located in Botswana, this oasis is in a wildlife wonderland. This boutique lodge offers unrivaled panoramic views over the game-rich Chobe River and floodplain, and is on the doorstep of Chobe National Park, also known as Land of the Giants, as it is home to the largest herds of elephants on Earth. Expect a vast and diverse array of wildlife as knowledgeable guides take you on safaris through the Chobe National Park, home to the largest elephant herds on Earth, lazy afternoons by the pool and stunning dinners under African stars. Additional activities include river cruises (on the full day safari), night game drives, game walks and local community visits.

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&Beyond Chobe under Canvas
&Beyond Chobe under Canvas
Northern Botswana’s famous Chobe National Park is a must-see wildlife destination accessed via Kasane Airport. Covering almost 11 000 km² (6 836 mi.²) it was the country’s first national park. A haven for wildlife in the dry season, Chobe is renowned for its large concentration of elephant and buffalo, which congregate along the Chobe River. Chobe Under Canvas is situated in the park’s northern reaches, ideally positioned close to the river. You’ll love the spaciousness of our mobile tents. Each of the five canvas tents boasts a comfortable double or twin bed, as well as an ensuite bathroom, separate flush WC and an outdoor bucket shower – steaming hot water is available on request.

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&Beyond Savute under Canvas
&Beyond Savute under Canvas
Savute, a remote and wild corner of Chobe National Park, stretches from the park’s northern boundaries to the Linyanti River. It’s named after the enigmatic Savute Channel, which flows and dries up intermittently, seemingly unrelated to rainfall: it flowed in 2009, again in 2013 and no-one can say when it will flow again. Savute Under Canvas is a mobile camp carefully positioned close to this channel which feeds into the Savute Marsh, home to exceptional numbers of elephant-hunting lion. Situated within the unique and haunting Savute landscape, the exclusive mobile campsites are perfectly situated to explore this remote region.

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