Africa  | 28/03/2016

CHOBE National Park in Botswana

The experience of Chobe River sailing at sunset, with flocks of birds flying over the blue sky and elephants herds wandering around is one of the most memorable moments that you can live in Botswana. Or to contemplate migrating zebra herds or Cape buffaloes. And it is that if something you comes to see in Chobe is nature, as one of the densest wildlife populations on the continent.

The park was founded in 1968, covering an area of ​​approximately 11,700 square kilometers. For travelers with limited time, it is essential a boat ride or drive along the river bank, where most of the park animals congregate. The main attraction is the elephants herds, which can be grouped in more than five hundred copies and contemplate the consequences of passing through the area. A visit to Chobe is also an excellent opportunity to see lions, cheetahs, hippos, buffaloes, giraffes, antelopes, jackals, warthogs, hyenas, crocodiles, otters, zebras and numerous species of birds.

To reach Kasane, the main town of the park area, you can fly from Maun, Gaborone or by road from Victoria Falls.

     
     
   

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