Have a full-day tour that takes you to Chobe National Park, which is located in northern Botswana next to the enormous, inland Okavango Delta and about 90km from the adventure capital—Victoria Falls. The park is well-known for the enormous herds of Cape buffalo and elephants that congregate along the Chobe Riverfront during the dry months. The woodlands and lagoons of Linyanti Marsh are home to lions, antelopes, and hippos. Numerous bird species are drawn to the Savuti Marsh’s flood-prone grasslands.
Chobe was Botswana’s first national park and is still its most beautiful. In fact, it is regarded as one of the best parks in Africa. Chobe is referred to as the “Land of the Giants” because of its astounding population of elephants, which is thought to number in the region at over 120,000. These gentle, graceful, enormous creatures have few natural predators, and for the past few years, they have been shielded from hunting and culling. As a result, they have roamed the park in large herds, seriously harming some portions of the vegetation.
You will be picked up from your hotel in Victoria Falls at 6:50 a.m. and driven 70 kilometers to the Kazungula border post of Zimbabwe & Botswana. Following the completion of the immigration procedures, you will be picked up at 8:00 am from the Botswana side and driven directly to the office for a light meal. We leave at 9.30 am for a three-hour boat tour, returning at 12:30 pm in time for lunch. Then, at 1:30 pm, we’ll start our 3-hour game journey. At 4:30 pm, we will then be moved to the border, where we will cross to the Zimbabwean side to begin our drive back to Victoria Falls.
The excursion concludes when you get at your hotel in Victoria Falls.
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