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The wildlife of the Chobe National Park

06 December 2016
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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.

Holiday package in Botswana is what you need to witness the wildlife of the Chobe National Park - in the land of the Giants.

 

 

 

 

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Oh he serious. �� Savute | Chobe National Park | Botswana

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Fantastic image taken by Timmy Schlatmann on their full day game drive in #chobenationalpark with #ngomasafarilodge #botswana

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