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Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park, in the north-east of Botswana, is renowned for its enormous herds of elephant and buffalo and the prides of lion that stalk them.
Chobe is easily accessed from Victoria Falls with a road transfer from either Zimbabwe or Zambia across the border into Botswana. Or a 2 hour flight from Johannesburg into Kasane Airport.
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Experiences in Chobe National Park
The safari experience you get in Botswana very much depends on the season and time of year you visit. There are 3 main seasons – the green or wet season, mid season and the high season which is the dry months.
In the green months, game migrates to the open grasslands of Savute and the south. From April to November, as water becomes increasingly scarce, animals head back to the permanent waters of the Chobe River in the north. Literally thousands of elephant and buffalo take refuge on the river islands. The Chobe riverfront, with pods of hippo, large crocodiles and rich birdlife, is just a short overland transfer to Victoria Falls – a perfect add-on to any safari.
Chobe offers a year round safari experience of a high calibre due to access by motor boat to the Chobe River, as well as the Chobe National Park offering 4×4 safari drives.
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