The Chobe National Park is the third largest park in Botswana, covering an area of 10,698 km2. The Chobe area is excellent for game-viewing, and has the highest concentration of elephants in the world. Chobe is also famous for its huge herds of buffalo, the Puku Antelope and its rich birdlife.
The Chobe River forms Botswana’s northern boundary with Namibia and in the extreme south-west corner it borders on the Moremi Game Reserve. One of the best ways to experience the Chobe National Park is by boat cruise. Meander along the shoreline whilst relaxing, sipping your favourite drink and have a look out for game that may have come down to the water’s edge.