African Safari – Our Top 4 Picks
Chobe National Park in Botswana’s far northeastern corner is one of the great wildlife destinations of Africa.
The Park sprawling across 11,700km² of the northern Kalahari is renowned for its dense game; its large elephant population, the savuti lions, the prolific antelope and the herds of buffalo. Chobe National Park posseses some of the planet’s largest herds of elephants.
In addition to the mighty pachyderms, a full suite of predators and more than 450 recorded bird species are present; watch for roan antelope and the rare oribi antelope. Chobe is a high-rise of endangered species such as wild hounds, cheetahs and brown hyenas. Some waterfall game animals always display in folds around the rivers. Meet the residents to learn the San Bushmen their unique culture.
When to visit: All year; Major rain Nov-Mar