Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park takes its name from the impressive Chobe River which meanders through a collection of low-lying islands popular with game. 

The Chobe River, Lifeblood of the Wilderness

At the heart of Chobe National Park flows the mighty Chobe River, a lifeline for both wildlife and humans. Embark on a scenic boat cruise along the river’s meandering channels, observing elephants bathing and playing in the water, hippos lazing in the shallows, and crocodiles silently gliding by. The riverfront is a hive of activity, attracting a diverse array of bird species, including majestic African fish eagles, vibrant kingfishers, and elegant storks. As the sun sets, casting a golden glow over the river, be prepared for nature’s spectacle as animals come to drink, and the air is filled with the sounds of the wild.

Conservation and Responsible Tourism

Chobe National Park is not only a sanctuary for wildlife but also speaks of Botswana’s commitment to conservation and responsible tourism. The park’s pristine ecosystems and delicate balance of nature are carefully preserved and protected. By visiting Chobe, you become a part of this conservation effort, supporting sustainable practices and contributing to the preservation of this extraordinary wilderness. Local communities are actively involved in the management of the park, ensuring their livelihoods are intertwined with the long-term sustainability of this precious ecosystem. It’s a unique opportunity to witness conservation in action and to connect with the remarkable efforts to safeguard the park’s biodiversity.


Chobe National Park offers a range of luxury lodges overlooking the river and comfortable tented camps nestled in the wilderness, each providing a haven of relaxation and an intimate connection with nature.