South African Lodges

Chobe National Park Lodges

Suburbs within Chobe National Park

Chobe River


andBeyond Chobe Under Canvas

The andBeyond Chobe Under Canvas, which is in the wildlife-rich Chobe in northern Botswana, provides guests with an unforgettable safari experience in Southern Africa. This unique wilderness setting features only six en-suite safari tents which are carefu...

  Kasane, Chobe National Park

Camp Kuzuma

Camp Kuzuma luxury on African safari experience begins as you leave the Chobe airport. The elephants wander around outside the airport and on the side of the road. This 5-star is secluded, and you need not to travel further than your deck to watch elephan...

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  Kazuma Forest Reserve

Camp Linyanti

Situated in the north western corner of the Chobe National Park of Botswana nestles the Camp Linyanti. Overlooking a scenic lagoon on the Linyanti floodplain, this safari camp offers sweeping views towards Namibia╩╝s Caprivi Strip. Linyanti is an undi...

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  Chobe National Park

Chobe Bakwena Lodge

The Chobe Bakwena Lodge is on the banks of the Chobe River near the famous Chobe National Park in Botswana. Unique dining experiences, exciting wildlife activities and most comfortable safari accommodation make for an unforgettable African safari. Riv...

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Chobe Chilwero Game Lodge

The Chobe Chilwero Safari Lodge is in Botswana, Southern Africa, on the banks of the Chobe River. The lodge borders the Chobe National Park, which is the second largest national park in Botswana covering an area of 10,567 km². Chilwero can be tran...

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  Kasane, Chobe National Park

Chobe Water Villas

Situated in the eastern region of the Caprivi Strip in Namibia known as the Zambezi Region, the exclusive Chobe Water Villas nestle within the 155 square kilometres Kasika Conservancy. The magnificent, luxury chalets are located directly on the Chobe Riv...

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  On the Chobe River, Kasika Conservancy, Caprivi Strip

Gondwana Chobe River Camp

The Chobe River Camp in Namibia enjoys a scenic location on the banks of the Chobe River where guests gaze over the floodplains and take in the luxurious solitude. Featuring twenty Luxury Tented Camps, travellers are assured unforgettable safari experien...

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  On the banks of the Chobe River

Ichingo Chobe River Lodge

Ichingo Chobe River Lodge, on Impalila Island in Namibia, a wonderful place to explore all that the Chobe offers. Positioned inbetween the four countries of Namibia, Botswana Zambia and Zimbabwe, the Ichingo River Lodge is on the Namibian side of the r...

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  Chobe River

Kaza Safari Lodge

The Kaza Safari Lodge nestles near where the four countries meet close to the confluence of the magnificent Chobe and Zambezi Rivers in Namibia, Southern Africa. The Kaza Safari Lodge nestles near where the four countries meet close to the confluence of t...

  Impalila Island

Pangolin Voyager Houseboat

The Pangolin Voyager Houseboat floats along the Zambezi and Chobe river throughout the year hosting guests in one of the wildest African settings. The boat itself is on the Namibian side of the river between Namibia and Botswana on the Caprivi Strip. Gues...

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Zovu Elephant Lodge

The Zovu Elephant Lodge is set right opposite the small town of Kasane on the Namibian side. Situated on the banks of the Chobe River, it borders with the wildlife-rich Chobe National Park. The area where all four African countries meet, namely Botswana,...

  opposite Kasane, on the Chobe River, near Chobe National Park

Adjacent to the Okavango Delta in Botswana, the Chobe National Park and its amazing safari lodges in a diverse region ranging from the border at the Chobe River to the now dry Savute Channel, and beyond to the boundaries of the Moremi Game Reserve & Okavango Delta. The Chobe National Park is famous for its high concentration of elephant.  More than 120 000 elephants and large numbers of buffalo, antelope and predators can be found here.  Bird watching is excellent in Southern Africa's Chobe National Park, with many migrant birds visiting from November to March.

  • IUCN Category II (National Park)
  • Nearest City: Kasane
  • Coordinates: 18°40′S 24°30′EA279; / A279;18.667°S 24.5°EA279; / -18.667; 24.5
  • Area: 11,700km²
  • The Chobe National Park was established in 1967

The Chobe National Park in Botswana is probably best known for its enormous elephant population.  This region is home to the highest elephant concentration in Africa.  The elephant population in the Chobe National Park seems to have solidly increased since 1990.  Elephants which are home in the Chobe National Park are the Kalahari elephants which are the largest in the size of all known elephant populations. They are characterised by rather brittle ivory and short tusks, perhaps due to calcium deficiency in the soils.

Damage caused by the high numbers of elephants can be seen in most areas of the Chobe National Park, Botswana.  During the dry season, these elephants sojourn in the Chobe River and the Linyanti River areas. During the rainy season in Botswana, the elephants make a 200km migration to the south-east stretch of the Chobe National Park  Their distribution zone, however, outreaches the Chobe National Park and spreads to northwestern Zimbabwe.

The Chobe National Park, in north-west Botswana, has one of the largest game concentration in Africa continent. By size, this is the third largest park in the country, after the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and the Gemsbok National Park, and is the most diverse of them.  The Chobe National Park was also Botswana's first national park.