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Address: Chobe National Park, Botswana

This is the wildest of the Chobe National Park regions, home to roaming...

This is the wildest of the Chobe National Park regions, home to roaming herds of elephants and countless other animals.

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Even during rainy season great wildlife experience

We knew that there would be less wildlife in the river due to the season. However we still saw some 50 elephants making their way to the river. They passed our car very close... read more

Reviewed 13 February 2017
dick f
Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
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Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 13 February 2017

We knew that there would be less wildlife in the river due to the season. However we still saw some 50 elephants making their way to the river. They passed our car very close which offered us great close up pictures. Also lots of hypo, Buffalo, giraf and antilopes.. We did both self drive and organised game drives. In rainy... More 

1 Thank dick f
Izmir, Turkey
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Reviewed 23 January 2017

Unfortunately we had only one day there but had the chance to visit both from the river and the land. It was amazing, we were thrilled. I am sure other parts of the Chobe National Park are beautiful but having the chance to visit also by a boat is a privilege. I want to visit again sometime.

1 Thank Murat B
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Reviewed 24 December 2016

This is so unbelievable. If you have a chance to do this don't pass it up . So much to see, elephants and hippos swimming rightbin front of us. Lots of water buffalo too and so many African birds. We booked this from our resort in Zambia as a day trip . Fabulous.

1 Thank easterntreker
Sydney, Australia
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Reviewed 10 November 2016

There were some amazing sightings here, lions, elephants, leopards etc, but be warned the driver can't follow the animals off road, so you won't always get close to them. Its definitely a game reserve to take your zoom lens to.

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Reviewed 28 September 2016

We ended our safari in Chobe. After Savute, it was great to see the Chobe River and a ton of wildlife. It was like a 1000 Noah's Arks had emptied out by the river (Namibia is on the other side). Seeing the happy animals play in/near the water was great. Seeing the lionesses and their cubs crossing from the open... More 

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los angeles
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Reviewed 13 September 2016

Interesting mix of animals and birds. Crocs and hippos everywhere. Water Buffallo peacefully mix with elephants, hippos and antelope.

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Boston, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 14 July 2016

We went on a morning game drive and an afternoon game drive, both along the river out. I would have liked to have taken multiple routes, but at seams at this part of the park, the entry people determine what route you will take, rather than letting the guide follow the tracks and do their thing. We saw plenty of... More 

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Stockholm, Sweden
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Reviewed 11 February 2016

The experience of a safari in Botswana is unquestionably an amazing experience and real Africa. Take your time try and book 4 Wheel drive Landrover and guide and camp out under the stars. The country is full of wonderful wildlife without crowds. We travelled as a family of 4 for 3 weeks and came across a couple of dozen people... More 

1 Thank Mark O
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Reviewed 18 August 2015

It was my dream once to visit that remote area of Chobe NP. We were staying in Ghoha Hills lodge and took off early in the morning to Ghoha Gates where we turned to the right and drove along the park boundary (excellent road). Then we drove into the park (there are no fences) where Nxunxutsla Pan is. It took... More 

1 Thank Elena H
Manchester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 December 2010

Our trip here was great and we spotted many many wild animals. The guide driving the 4x4 was very informative and great at spotting animals from a distance away!

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