Visit Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park in the northern Kalahari Desert is home to the largest elephant population on the planet. Chobe's open plains, forests and vast swamplands offer a diverse wildlife watching experience including some of the best safaris in Africa.
Safari holidays in Chobe are at their best in the dry season when the animals' necessary proximity to the area's main water source, the Chobe River, makes them easiest to spot.
Covering a large number of game reserves, including Savuti and Linyanti, the Chobe region allows wildlife to roam freely, meaning that you can embark on an exciting journey through the African wilderness.
Top itineraries in Chobe National Park
Explore the best of Botswana's stunning wildlife on this tailor-made tour staying at comfortable and well located lodges in the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park.
This laid back yet luxurious safari, which combines superb land and water-based game viewing, visits three lodges run by luxury safari specialist and conservation company andBeyond.
Witness the spectacular wilderness and wildlife of the Okavango Delta and in Chobe National Park in the company of expert trackers, as you travel through grasslands, wetlands and waterways by jeep and mokoro – a traditional dug-out canoe – in search of zebra, lion, leopard, elephant and more.
Top places to stay in Chobe National Park
Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero is a luxurious riverside retreat in the heart of the bush on the edge of Chobe National Park, home to the world's largest remaining population of elephants
Visit some the of Chobe National Park’s most secluded settings and get up close to Botswana’s iconic wildlife at this mobile safari camp by andBeyond. Encounter some of the world’s largest elephant herds whilst exploring the open plains surrounding the Chobe River
Belmond Savute Elephant lodge is a luxury safari lodge located in the spectacular expanses of Botswana's Chobe National Park, surrounded by sweeping savannah, rocky outcrops and the clear waters of the Savute Channel.
Where to go in Chobe National Park
Linyanti Reserve, just outside Chobe National Park, offers an exclusive luxury safari experience; most of the camps offer night drives and walking safaris run by experienced guides as well.
The Savuti Marsh supports one of the highest concentrations of big game in Chobe National Park, making it a popular destination for luxury safari holidays.
Meet our Chobe National Park experts
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