Chobe National Park | Arnold Payne



Chobe National Park is located in the Northeast of Botswana and covers over 10,500 square kilometers. Its uniqueness in the abundance of wildlife and the true African nature of the region offers a Safari experience of a lifetime.  

Chobe is divided into four different eco-systems comprising the dense forests and lush plains of the Serondela, the Savuti Marsh, the Linyati Swampsand the hot and arid hinterland in between. All these factors make Chobe a paradise for the wildlife enthusiast. Botswana has the largest elephant population in Africa numbering over 120,000 and the elephants of Chobe migrate freely between Northeastern Botswana and North Western Zimbabwe.  Chobe is known for its great game viewing and large numbers of predators including lion, leopard, and hyena which are often seen while on safari. Other species that are present are giraffe, sable, roan, buffalo, waterbuck, eland, wildebeest, and kudu to name a few.

Our accommodations at Chobe comprise of luxury lodges and luxury tents that are raised on wooden platforms to provide breathtaking views.