Chobe National Park



Chobe National Park sometimes comes under fire for being busy. And it’s true, there are a lot of elephants (it’s home to the largest population on earth). It attracts quite a lot of visitors, too. That’s why we always recommend lodges that are a little away from the waterfront.

While you’re there, keep your eyes peeled for the Puku antelope. You usually only see them in central Africa, but there are small populations living in Chobe and northern Botswana. (The best place to spot them are the grasslands next to rivers or swamps.)

Places to stay

  • Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero

    Chobe National Park

    The word ‘Chilwero’ translates as ‘place of high views’. As a name, it suits this camp to a tee: the...

  • Pangolin Chobe Hotel

    Chobe - Kasane

    Think industrial chic – concrete and copper pipes – and you’re close to imagining Pangolin Chobe Hotel. It isn’t your...

  • andBeyond Chobe Under Canvas

    Chobe National Park

    Live out your safari fantasies at this authentic andBeyond camp. Chobe is known for its herds of elephants. And these tents...

  • Ngoma Safari Lodge

    Chobe National Park

    Nestled inside Chobe National Park, with panoramic views of the floodplain and Chobe River, sits Ngoma Safari Lodge. Because it’s tucked...

  • Zambezi Queen River Cruise

    Chobe River

    There are some things you really only see when you explore the Chobe by boat. Like the dawn mist lingering...


Fly via Johannesburg to Kasane then continue either by road or light aircraft to your camp. You can also drive across from Victoria Falls.


Chobe is a year-round safari destination, however the dry months from June to October are the best months for game viewing as the wildlife congregates along the riverfront. During the rainy season months of November to March, you will still experience good game sightings along the river, the vegetation will be greener and the birding excellent.


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