Chobe National Park lies in north-east Botswana close to Kasane, the closest commercial airport for guests visiting the park. To the south west of Chobe National Park lies the Okavango Delta and Moremi Reserve and to the north east lies Victoria Falls and Livingstone. Due to Chobe National Park’s location close to some of the Africa’s most visited natural attractions, this is an ideal Botswana safari destination.
Chobe National Park in Botswana has the highest concentration of elephants in the world and together with the Okavango Delta, it is no wonder that the country of Botswana is considered a premier wildlife destination under experienced safari guests who return year after year for an unsurpassed wilderness experience.
Activities are focused on game viewing with bush walks and game drives, alternatively you can hire a houseboat to cruise on the Chobe River for a unique luxury boating safari, or even try your hand at tiger fishing. With the World Heritage Site of Victoria Falls in nearby Zambia and Zimbabwe being a mere 100km away, it is easy to combine a safari in Chobe National Park with a visit to one of the world’s most spectacular natural wonders.
Chobe National Park accommodation range from campsites for the more adventurous to world-renowned luxury Botswana safari lodges and houseboat rentals. See below for our list of recommended Botswana safari tours in Chobe National Park.