Chobe National Park

Botswana' second largest national park, Chobe, covers 10 566 square kilometers and has one of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent. The abundance of wildlife, sluggish waters of the Chobe River, spectacular sunsets and the true African nature of the region, offers an unforgettable safari experience. Chobe National Park lies nestled in Botswana's Northeast corner; neighbored by three other African countries being Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. The Chobe National Park is home to the worlds' largest elephant population, scores of other large herbivores, amazing birdlife, and Africa's largest predators: lions, leopards, and wild dogs. The closest town is Kasane which is the northern town of Botswana and the gateway to Chobe National Park and one of the seventh natural wonders of the world - the spectacular Victoria Falls.