10 reasons why you should spot elephants in the Chobe National Park

21 November 2016
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Chobe National Park is the third largest conservation area in Botswana - famous for its  elephants estimated to be 120,000.

The park supports the largest surviving elephants population in the world - The Chobe elephants are migratory, making seasonal movements of up to 200 kilometres in a circuit from the Chobe and Linyanti rivers, where they concentrate in the dry season.

If you planning on visiting the “Land of giants” and wanna experience Botswana Safari - here are 10 reasons why you should spot elephants in the Chobe National Park.

 

 

Chobe River #chobenationalpark #botswana

A photo posted by Sakda Phaensomboon (@sakda.phaensomboon) on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#elephants having a drink at #choberiver ❤❤❤❤ #chobenationalpark #chobe #botswana #sunset #ulindasafaritrails #big5

A photo posted by Weronika Stolarczyk (@weronikas_) on

 

 

A photo posted by Niki (@nikit76) on

 

 


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