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Chobe National Park

Answer the call of the wild

The Chobe River forms part of the Botswana border with Namibia, and it is the life-blood of the Chobe National Park with many of the eco-sensitive safari lodges tucked discreetly along the river banks shaded by gracious hardwood trees.  Game viewing activities include both open vehicle drives and river boat cruises.  The sheer abundance of animal life means that there is plenty of opportunity to see Elephant, Hippo, Lion, Spotted Hyena, Buffalo, Giraffe, Zebra, Red Lechwe and Impala.  There is also always a good chance at Chobe of seeing the less commonly sighted predators, Leopard, Cheetah and African Wild Dog; as well as rarer antelope such as Roan, Sable and Puku.