For riveting river-based safaris, exceptional elephant encounters and unforgettable game drives, choose Chobe for your safari.
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Guests are met at any location of their choice in Johannesburg and are transferred to O.R. Tambo International for a flight to Livingstone, where they will be met on arrival. A visit to the Victoria Falls, previously one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is first on the agenda, before traveling on to the Chobe National Park in northern Botswana. This immense stretch of African wilderness is home to an extraordinary proliferation of animals. The late afternoon is devoted to your first safari activity in Chobe.
These days are devoted to two safari activities in the Chobe National Park. The activities alternate between land-based open 4x4 game drives and water-based game viewing from a boat on the Chobe River. Chobe National Park finds itself at the core of the Kavango–Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area, a cross-border conservation effort formally established in 2011 and incorporating an area of approximately 444,000 sq. kilometers (171,000 sq. miles) of the African wilderness. The region spans five countries and sixteen national parks including the Okavango Delta and is without a doubt home to Africa’s largest elephant population, an estimated 207,000 animals. The initiative aims not only to protect the region’s wildlife but also the livelihood of its rural communities, particularly folks who find themselves in daily conflict with animals such as lion and elephant which destroy livestock and crops and pose a threat to human lives.
The last morning safari is followed by breakfast after which guests are transferred to Livingstone for a flight to Johannesburg. Guests are met upon arrival at O.R. Tambo International Airport and transferred to any location of their preference in either Johannesburg or Pretoria after a memorable safari in the Chobe National Park.
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