What to See and Do
Think Chobe, think elephants; the Chobe National Park is Africa's number one destination for elephants - period. View them close up on game drives and boat cruises - you won't need a zoom lens.
But there's so much more to a Chobe safari than great herds of elephants: both the Chobe River, the park's northern border, and the Linyanti region draw vast numbers of thirsty animals in the dry season while the untamed Savute region is a more desperate environment where survival for the resident wildlife hinges around avoiding the large prides of lion and rampaging packs of hyena.
And you can experience all this in glorious style: have a look at our Chobe tours to find the safari that suits you - we've got all sorts of tours from top-of-the-range luxury accommodation fly-in safaris to rugged yet supremely comfortable mobile adventures.
Accommodation in Chobe is superb - indeed some of the most luxurious lodges in southern Africa are found in and around the park: expect graceful walk-in safari tents or chalets overlooking waterholes, fine cuisine and imported wines, a full range of services from spa treatments to sunset cruises.
And a Chobe safari doesn't stop there: Victoria Falls is a short drive from the Chobe River while a sophisticated network of charter flights means that the Okavango Delta can easily be combined with a Chobe safari.
Chobe safari - it's where amazing things happen.
Chobe is the second largest national park in Botswana and has one of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent. Most famous for its huge elephant population, Chobe is excellent for predators as well. It combines perfectly with Victoria Falls and the Okavango Delta.