Chobe National Park:
Botswana Wildlife Reserve.
The famed Chobe River on the northern border of Botswana, give its name to the Chobe National Park, and the river plays an very important role in the movement and migration of wildlife between the water of the Okavango Delta and grazing lands of the Moremi, Savuti and Southern Chobe's forests.
Being nearly 11,000 square kilometres of pristine wilderness in size, the Chobe National Park is the third-largest wildlife sanctuary in Botswana. The northern boundary of the Park is the Chobe River, and in the southwest, it share open borders with the Moremi Game Reserve.
The main objective of the Chobe National Park, is the protection of this Southern African's region's large predators (lion, leopard, African wild dog and hyena), and home to the largest elephant population in Africa. Various endangered and rare antelope are also protected in this Park (Roan, Sable and Puku). Chobe forms part of the migration route for the large elephant population, which moves between Chobe in the north into the Savuti and Moremi, as well as the Okavango Delta regions.
Four main wildlife and tourism areas have been developed in the Chobe (namely: Chobe River, Savuti, Nogatsaa and Linyanthi), each section offers its own unique wildlife safari experience to visitors.
Our main focus is on the the Chobe River Front areas, as this is featured in nearly all our Botswana safaris.