Facts & Info Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park Facts & Info
The Chobe National Park is Botswana’s oldest and most diverse National Park. It protects four contrasting and beautiful ecosystems including the Linyanti swamps and the Savuti marsh; and it has an open migratory routes to the Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta and to Hwange Game Reserve in Zimbabwe.
Chobe experiences some of the highest rainfall in arid Botswana, an average of 650mm that is mostly delivered via awesome afternoon thunder storms. Bird-watching is at its best as the summer migrants arrive and there are more than 450 species in the area.
Chobe National Park is famous for its extraordinary concentrations of game, especially Elephant. It is estimated that these herds number in excess of 50 000 animals, which make up the largest continuous Elephant population on the African continent, and the herds are able to still follow their ancient seasonal migration routes.