Get to Know Chobe River
The riverfront is Chobe National Park’s most accessible region and boasts a high density of wildlife, especially during the dry season when animals congregate at the river
Chobe River is renowned for the huge herds of elephants and buffalo that come to the river to drink and play in the refreshing waters. On a drive along the roads following the river’s contours, visitors can also see a variety of game including puku (a water-loving antelope found nowhere else in Botswana), red lechwe, waterbuck, giraffe, sable and roan antelope, baboons, lions, leopard, hyena and jackal.
Why Chobe River?
- Easy access from Kasane. Best roads in the park.
- Part of the biggest elephant population in the world