Chobe National Park
Duration: 2 nights escorted tour
Price from: £699pp
Day 1 Victoria Falls/Chobe: Transfer by road and ferry to your chosen Chobe lodge. This wonderful park encompasses floodplains, swamps and woodland with the Chobe River forming its northern boundary. The most accessible and frequently visited section of the park is Chobe Riverfront, most famous for its large herds of elephants and Cape buffalo which, during the dry winter months, converge upon the river to drink.
Day 2 Chobe: A full day to explore this fine national park, renowned for its superb game viewing including one of the highest concentrations of elephants worldwide. During the winter you may see hundreds of elephants at one time, as scores of family herds head to the river to drink, bathe and play. Activities here include game drives by open 4x4 safari vehicles, game viewing by motorboat on the Chobe River or a sunset cruise on the famous “Mosi oa Tunya” riverboat. Those opting for the Chobe Game Lodge can consider an electric eco-safari experience thanks to an electric safari fleet of vehicles and boats making up the majority of their safaris.
Day 3 Chobe/Victoria Falls: A final game activity, then transfer back to Victoria Falls where the tour concludes.
Departures: Daily from Victoria Falls from either Zimbabwe or Zambia side.
Accommodation: At a choice of lodges shown.
Meals: Full board at Chobe Safari Lodge and Chobe Marina Lodge. All inclusive at Chobe Game Lodge.
Tour Price: The prices shown are based on the best value travel dates in low season and includes return transfers from Victoria Falls to Chobe, two nights accommodation, one game drive and one river boat safari per day (activities may be dependent on water levels). International flights are not included.
Chobe Safari Lodge
From £699 pp
Situated on the banks of the wide Chobe River in the town of Kasane, Chobe Safari Lodge enjoys a prime location immediately next to the Chobe National Park.
Chobe Marina Lodge
From £899 pp
Perfectly positioned right on the water's edge close to the entrance to Chobe National Park.