Chobe National Park, an hour from Victoria Falls and Livingstone, is home to the world’s largest elephant population. The park is also known for its large pride of lions, huge buffalo herds and you might be lucky enough to spot the elusive leopard. For birders, Chobe is home to over 460 bird species.
Chobe Day Trip from Victoria Falls or Livingstone
This day trip is divided into two parts: in the morning we have a game viewing boat cruise on the Chobe river, and in the afternoon we embark on a game drive through the National Park. Each activity is 3 hours and in-between you’ll enjoy a buffet lunch at a local hotel.
By the way, the Chobe River is one of the only rivers in the world that flows in two directions. In the dry season the river flows East, but in the rainy season, the Zambezi River pushes upstream to reverse the flow of the river towards the West.
All guide, transfer and park fees. Snacks and a delicious lunch. Most drinks are on the house, a few have an additional fee.
Some nationalities will require a visa for Botswana, which carries an additional charge.
Depending on your hotel, pickup will be around 7am. You’ll be back in Livingstone or Victoria Falls at around 6pm.
A camera, your passport, sunblock and a hat, and a warm jumper in winter and for the mornings.
Any valuables that you don’t need.
There are no age restrictions or fitness requirements.