Chobe Safari Experience
Chobe National Park is one of the most popular attractions in Botswana. The Chobe River flows like a deep blue ribbon through the dusty town of Kasane and the Chobe National Park. The park was proclaimed in 1968 and covers floodplains, woodlands and swamps. The Chobe River is to the North of the park, and forms the boundary of the park. It is here that you can view large herds of Elephant and Buffalo. If you visit in the very dry months, you could see hundreds of these massive animals making their way to the river to drink.
Other game to view are waterbuck, giraffe, kudu, roan, sable, impala, warthog, bushbuck, monkeys and baboons, crocodiles and other predators like lion, leopard, cheetah and hyena.
Aside from game drives, there are river cruises to enjoy a where you will see hippo, crocodile, and a stunning array of birdlife.
In the interior of the Chobe National Park, the Savuté Channel is known for its predators that can be found in this particular area. The Savuté Channel flows from the Linyanti River, which carries water to the Savuté Marsh. When this is full, it attracts thousands of birds, mainly migratory, as well as migratory animals. Because this channel dries up, sometimes for years, it is lined with dead trees.