Stay in style amid an incredible diversity of habitat and game
Situated in the marshy Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park is perhaps the most biologically diverse park in all of Botswana. Stay in the heart of it all in our superb Chobe safari lodges. The concentration of wildlife here is simply astonishing: the vast herds of elephant often contain more than 500, buffalo and zebra herds roam freely close by, the Chobe bushbuck makes regular appearances and the shaggy golden-yellow coat and short thick horns of the puku can regularly be seen.
Naturally this amount of game attracts many predators too, and our specialist guides will be on hand to place you in the best spots to watch them prowl or laze at leisure.
All this ensures that Chobe is one of the great Botswana safari holiday locations. Taking its name from the Chobe River that forms its northern boundary, Chobe National Park was the first to be established in Botswana in 1967. Boat trips along the river are an immensely popular year-round activity, and the park is also highly regarded by birders, with Pel’s fishing owl and African skimmers commonly spotted by our guides.
We’ve been helping people stay in style here for over 50 years. Our bespoke holidays make use of several the impeccable Chobe safari lodges which give access to the park’s different habitats. Whether you stay in wetlands, forest, dry woodland or near the enigmatic Savute Channel, you will be staying in supreme comfort and close to the action.