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Chobe

Spectacular vistas and amazing wildlife are the highlights of a Chobe river cruise. Whether you are taking in a safari or witnessing the power of Victoria Falls, Africa is arguably one of the most fascinating and beautiful continents on earth.

We can take you to destinations including the vibrant city of Johannesburg, the serene Serengeti National Park and the exciting plains of Kenya. Here you can indulge in both water and land based safaris whilst trying to spot a big cat or a herd of elephants. Our Chobe river cruises take you right through the national park of the same name and allow you to discover endless natural wonders. The river forms much of the border between Botswana and Namibia, but your land adventures will also take you into countries like South Africa and Zimbabwe.

If you are on the lookout for wildlife, then our Amazon river cruises will also give you the perfect opportunity to get a glimpse of some exotic species.

Chobe factfile

  • The Chobe river is one of Botswana - and africa's most iconic sites
  • The Chobe national park has one of the highest density of African elephant herds in the country
  • Chobe National Park itself has 4 noticeably different geographical layouts. These are the Savuti channel, Linyati wetlands, Nogatsaa and Serondella
  • The Chobe isn’t one single river. She’s actually a massive stretch of the same water system that flows over Victoria Falls on its way to the sea
  • There’s over 460 commonly spotted bird species in the Chobe National Park alone. Bird watching cruises are very popular
  • Chobe is a vast 21 000 square kilometre (8000 square mile) wilderness that was declared as a National Park in 1967

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