Chobe Travel Guide


Botswana is one of the safest countries to visit in Africa and a world-class safari destination.

Almost half of Botswana's land has been allocated as protected wilderness and national parks, so animal life abounds. Before you embark on your journey, here are the relevant health and travel requirements to consider.

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What to expect on a Botswana safari
English is the official language of Botswana, but most people you meet also speak Setswana. Greet them in local lingo by saying, 'Dumela!'

Visit Chobe National Park and behold the breathtaking Chobe River. The second-largest park in Botswana is renowned for its outstanding game viewing all year round and one of the highest concentrations of wild elephants anywhere in Africa. Admire the buffalo herds, endless elephant parades and hippos chewing on the soft grass on an unforgettable sedate sundowner boat cruise. 

From Chobe Safari Lodge in Kasane, it's a short hop across the border to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe to feel the spray of the mighty Mosi-Oa-Tunya. Victoria Falls was first known by this title in the local indigenous Tonga language and translated to "the smoke that thunders."

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