Chobe National Park is located on the border of the vast Okavango Inland Delta, in the northern part of Botswana. It is the first national park established in the territory of Botswana, is the third largest national park and is also the most biologically diverse one. Chobe has one of the largest game concentrations in Africa, especially large herds of elephants and buffalo that gather on the Chobe River in the dry months. You can find also lions, antelopes, hippos and zebras there, as well as numerous bird species.
One of Africa's most beautiful rivers, the Chobe supports a diverse and concentration of wildlife unparallel anywhere in the country. Chobe National Park was established in 1968 and covers about 11,700 square kilometers, encompassing floodplains, swamps and woodlands. There are four distinct areas in the park: the Chobe river front, Savuti, Linyanti and Ngwezumba pans.
The Chobe river is most famous for it's largest herds of buffalo, which during the dry winter months converge in great numbers upon the river to drink. Driving the loops that hug the river s edge, you may see up to 15 different species of animals on any one game drive. Take a river cruise and you will experience the park and the animals from another vantage point. Here you will get up close and personal with hippo, crocodiles and beautiful water loving birds.