Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park – A natural world showcase in its own right. With floodplains, marshland, woods and savannah, Chobe’s biodiversity is legendary. In comparison to Mosi-Oa-Tunya, Chobe National Park is some 11,000 square kilometres. It is the third-largest National Park in Botswana.
Originally the homeland of the San Bushmen, their paintings can still be seen on rocky hills within the park.
The park is home to the largest concentration of Kalahari Elephants in Africa! Chobe also has impressive Lion Prides, unusually in their high numbers. Visitors can see up to 15 species of animal in any one game drive, including Leopards.
With over 450 species of bird recorded within the park, it is a premier venue for Bird watching Safaris. Common species to be seen include the Sacred Ibis, Egyptian Geese, the Ubiquitous Cormorants and Darters, Spur-winged Geese, Pel’s Fishing Owl, Carmine Bee-eaters, most members of the Kingfisher family, all the Rollers, the unmistakable Fish Eagle, the Martial Eagle, and many members of the Stork family.