Chobe National Park

By July 9, 2016 No Comments

The Chobe safari area is split between the river frontage of Chobe and the Savuti Marsh. Within easy driving distance from the Iconic Victoria Falls is the the Chobe River which runs through an old safari area, often visited by David Livingstone in the 1850hrs.

This area attracts some of Africa’s largest elephant herds, as well as being known for their huge Cape Buffalo herds and the large prides of lions. Birdlife on the Chobe River is excellent with up to 460 species being recorded in the park.  Notably the Chobe river is  also known for its sizable  pods of hippos and crocodiles.  There are a number of camps along the river frontage and within the Chobe forest area’s ajoining the river.

Chobe National Park Dust Elephants