The wildlife of the Chobe National Park

discoverafrica 06 December 2016

Chobe National Park is the third largest conservation area in Botswana - home to the largest population of elephants in the world. The Park was established in 1967 and has four main attractions namely; Chobe River Front, Savute Nogatsaa and Linyanti.

The Park provides a unique water-based game viewing, such as the unforgettable sights of elephants herds swimming across the river, trunks raised - as well as birdwatching, with more than 75 mammal species and 450  bird types. However, you will also encounter buffalos, zebras, impala, giraffes, tsessebe, roan, sable, Bat-eared foxes, waterbuck, puku and predators such as lions, leopards, cheetahs as well as the wild dogs.

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Elephant Kingdom: Chobe National Park Tour (3 days)

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Welcome to the Chobe National Park

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