27 September 2016

Chobe National Park is one of the largest conservation areas in Botswana and is also home to one of the largest concentration of elephants population on the African continent, estimated at to be between 45,000 to 70,000, making it one of Africa’s top safari destinations in the world.

If you’re planning a Botswana safari, here are 25 reasons why you need to explore the Chobe National Park.

 

 

 

 

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

A photo posted by Weronika Stolarczyk (@weronikas_) on

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

African fish #eagle perched on a branch whilst on #safari at #chobenationalpark #botswana #sunset

A photo posted by Kunal Bhayani (@k.j._b) on

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baboom mother with her two small ones. #chobenationalpark #kasane #botswana #safari #africa #baboom

A photo posted by Johnny Waagan (@johnnywaagan) on

 

 

 

 

 

Kudu staring me straight in the eyes.#chobenationalpark #kasane #botswana #safari #africa #kudu

A photo posted by Johnny Waagan (@johnnywaagan) on

 

 

Sable antelope. #chobenationalpark #kasane #botswana #safari #africa #sableantelope

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The magical evening light on the Chobe River Botswana @natgeo #chobenationalpark #botswana #safari

A photo posted by simonb50 (@simonb50) on

 

 

 

Wildlife coming together #animalsaregodart #hippo #africandarter #snakebird #hippopotamus #botswana #safari #wildlife #wildlifephotography #animalphotography #chobenationalpark �� @erasme_viljoen

A photo posted by @animalsaregodsart on A photo posted by Josh Tough (@joshtough_wildlifephotoraphy) on

 

 

 


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