Our guided Chobe Game Drives give you the very best introduction to the Chobe National Park. This Park was officially established in 1967 and is 11,700 km². This makes it the third largest in Botswana. It is famous for its huge elephant and buffalo herds along with a very healthy lion population. Expect to see these animals along with others in abundance. We use various routes on our Chobe Game Drives to maximise your time with the animals and minimise your time with other vehicles.
Our Game Rangers will explain the flora and fauna of the area along with various information on the animal species and habitats. We can offer private game drives for a surcharge where the vehicle and guide is exclusively yours, or jump in with others and hear a bit of their exciting adventures.
Your park entrance covers you for a full day. why not enjoy a little longer in the park and do either a half day or full day game drive? The more time you have in the park, the more chances you have to spot that leopard with cubs or the ever elusive aardvark.
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The ‘Chobe Chow’ excursion’s main highlight is delicious offerings from a custom-built vehicle from which a very tasty ‘pop-up’ bush lunch is served to you during your very rewarding game drive. Drinks are ‘on the house’ during lunch and will put you in ‘high spirits’ for the rest of your unique excursion. It’s a wild area…no wandering off on your own, please!
Picture it! You’re sitting on the banks of the beautiful Chobe River within the magnificent national park…while your hosts serve a delicious full-English or Continental breakfast, as your own discerning palate desires. Piping-hot coffee or tea enhance an unforgettable bush experience in the possible proximity of Africa’s wildest animals. It’s a highly recommended way to spend a full morning!
You’re the kind of person who wants to experience everything the Chobe river and national park region can offer. An all-morning game drive in a 4X4 vehicle promises to expose you to a wide range of wild animals and birds. And in the afternoon you can cruise through the gorgeous Chobe flood plains, probably seeing giant herds of elephant or buffalo. With a very unusual lunch on a floating restaurant in between…it’s all too thrilling for words. It’s for the more discerning traveller!
The Chobe National Park entrance is near Kasane, thus enabling a convenient and cost-effective three-hour window to observe a wide range of wild animals and birds at a time of day that suits you. You have five daily departures to choose from, either in the early morning, a bit later after breakfast, towards midday or mid-afternoon…a good choice to take in the sunset extravaganza too!
You’ve travelled this far to see as many wild animals and birds as you can in their natural habitat. This full-day tour focuses on offering you a full-on game- and bird-viewing opportunity, with a professional guide who’ll do everything possible to enable you to experience the broad range of exciting sightings, ranging from the Big 5, to other predators, elephant and Cape buffalo, many species of buck and anything up to 460 bird species. It’s a wilderness without comparison.