Chobe National Park

This utopia, located in northeastern Botswana, is focused around the Chobe River and its extensive floodplains, which draws abundant game and birdlife all year round and especially during the dry season. Chobe National Park contains some of the most significant concentrations of elephants on the African continent. Bordered to the north by the Chobe River, the park includes floodplains, swamps and woodlands.

Situated in the northeast corner of Botswana, sharing adjoining borders with Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe at the Quadripoint, Chobe National Park is an ideal destination to experience the best of Africa’s Eden. The Chobe River is the lifeblood of this region and starts as the Cuando River in Angola, which flows west through Namibia, then becoming the Linyanti. As a large tributary of the mighty Zambezi River, the Chobe River and its surrounding ecosystems provide spectacular wilderness experiences in Botswana’s portion of Africa’s Eden. Road access to Chobe National Park is through Kasane in Botswana; neighbouring countries can access it from Kazungula Border Post. Visitors can fly into Kasane International Airport from Johannesburg (South Africa) and Gaborone (Botswana). They can also fly into Zambia (Livingstone) or Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls) and travel by road. Transfers can be arranged for accommodation in and around Kasane. Flights, via light aircraft, to individual lodges and bush camps can be provided from Kasane Airport. Your tour operator or destination lodge will assist in arranging these flights.

Accommodation

Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge

Perched high up on a ledge overlooking the Savuti landscape, lies the Eco-friendly Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge. Savuti is part of the Chobe National Park and is renowned for being a prime game viewing destination in Botswana. Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge has been designed and built to blend into the natural surrounding environment and to take full advantage of the spectacular 180 degree views.

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Mogotlho Safari Lodge – Hideaways Africa

Mogotlho Safari Lodge emanates the essence of Africa and delivers an intimate Botswana holiday on the Khwai River. This Khwai River safari lodge, bordered by the Chobe National Park and Moremi Game Reserve, is a choice for the conscious safari enthusiast.

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Wildtrack Safaris Eco Lodge

.Wildtrack Safaris Eco Lodge borders the Hwange National Park and is situated near the village of Pandamatenga and the Kazuma National Park. Wildtrack Safaris Eco Lodge borders the Hwange National Park and is situated near the village of Pandamatenga and the Kazuma National Park. Botswana’s beautiful Chobe region is only an hour from the lodge.

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Chobe Bakwena Lodge

Bakwena Lodge is an intimate, privately owned eco-lodge on the banks of the Chobe River. Bakwena has a total of 15 chalets designed and decorated in a manner befitting our environment which offer a cool and comfortable escape. They offer an inclusive safari option in an area with some of the finest game viewing to be had.

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Thebe River Lodge and Campsite

Thebe River Safaris is ideally situated for visitors to Chobe National Park and Chobe River region in Northern Botswana. The lodge and camp overlooks the placid Chobe River and echo’s the surrounding bush with a rustic design. Thebe River Safaris is 12 km from the Kazungula border and 5 km from the Chobe Park entrance.

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Mobile Camp

Safari Life Africa

For a unique African safari holiday take a private-guided safari into top wildlife areas. Each authentic mobile tented safari is tailor-made to guests preferences and time frame and offers affordable African holidays in some of the best wilderness areas in Botswana & Zimbabwe. 2 guests can enjoy an exclusively guided private mobile safari at a rate cheaper than a busy lodge.

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Plan Your Trip

Situated in the northeast corner of Botswana, sharing adjoining borders with Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe at the Quadripoint, Chobe National Park is an ideal destination to experience the best of Africa’s Eden. The Chobe River is the lifeblood of this region and starts as the Cuando River in Angola, which flows west through Namibia, then becoming the Linyanti. As a large tributary of the mighty Zambezi River, the Chobe River and its surrounding ecosystems provide spectacular wilderness experiences in Botswana’s portion of Africa’s Eden. Road access to Chobe National Park is through Kasane in Botswana; neighbouring countries can access it from Kazungula Border Post. Visitors can fly into Kasane International Airport from Johannesburg (South Africa) and Gaborone (Botswana). They can also fly into Zambia (Livingstone) or Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls) and travel by road. Transfers can be arranged for accommodation in and around Kasane. Flights, via light aircraft, to individual lodges and bush camps can be provided from Kasane Airport. Your tour operator or destination lodge will assist in arranging these flights.