Chobe National Park in Botswana is well known for its great concentration of wild animals. It’s one of the popular parks in southern Africa for wildlife safari holidays. It offers excellent game viewing opportunities. The park is named after Chobe River which is the lifeblood supporting the delicate ecosystem.
Chobe National Park is further subdivided into four parts namely; the Serondela area, the Savuti Marsh area, the Nogatsaa and Tchinga, and the Linyanti Marsh. Geographical features of the park are characterized by; lush vegetation cover, dense woodlands, marshes, swamps, savannahs and rolling grasslands as well as hinterlands.
Wildlife attractions in Chobe National Park are impressive. Bird watchers will have magical moments as they feast their eyes watching many species of birds that thriving in Chobe National Park. Spoonbills, ibis, various species of stork, duck and other waterfowl flock are some of the bird species found here. In fact, 450 bird species that have been identified and recorded.
Safari holidays in Chobe will take you face to face with lions, leopards, wild dogs, Roan antelopes, Sable antelopes, cheetahs, hyenas, jackal, bat-eared fox, hippopotamuses and large herds of African elephants as well as the rarer red lechwe, sitatunga or crocodile among others.
The following are some of the African holiday themed activities at you can do at Chobe national park:- boat cruises, safari photography, game drives, bird watching safaris, walking safaris, mobile camping safaris, picnics, bush meals sun downers, and fishing as well as tours of the Victoria Falls in Zambia.