Chobe National Park is one Southern Africa’s most wild parks. Located in the North-East of Botswana, along the Chobe river, bordering Namibia’s Caprivi Strip. It’s an area where the countries of Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Namibia meet. With the world’s largest elephant population, and a reputation for big cat sightings, a Chobe day trip is an absolute must on any itinerary where game viewing is high on the agenda.


It’s easily accessible (around 1 hour transfer time by vehicle) from the towns of Victoria Falls, (Zimbabwe) as well as Livingstone in Zambia. The National Park borders the small town of Kasane in Botswana.


Excellent game viewing can be experienced on a game drive through the national park, where guests atop a Bushtracks safari vehicle can experience all of the thrills and spills in the animal kingdom that Chobe is famous for.


A Chobe game drive is paired with a game cruise by boat, where you will explore the inner reaches of the lower Chobe River, just before it flows in to join the mighty Zambezi River. A Chobe day trip combines the experiences of viewing the Chobe National Park from both vehicle as well as boat, along with a scrumptious lunch in between the activites. The arrangement of the Chobe day trip is customisable too, for those who wish to only do a half-day on either the boat or vehicle. 


Please note, as with all safaris in Africa, not all game sighting are guaranteed as visibility depends on the time of year. Get in touch with our reservations team to find out more about booking your ultimate safari day trip in Chobe!

General information: 

  • Visas may be required for some nationalities and must be pre-arranged before leaving their home country.  Visas CANNOT be bought at the border post.  Guides will assist guests through the Zimbabwean  and Botswana immigration formalities

  • Guests are advised to have breakfast before departing

  • Minimum 2 pax – Maximum 100 pax

Excursion Includes:

  • Water, tea, coffee and rusk

  • A game drive in the Chobe National Park

  • National Park fees

  •  Services of qualified wildlife guides

What you need to bring

  • Camera

  • Hat/Cap, sunglasses

  • Sunscreen and mosquito repellent

  • Comfortable/non slip shoes or sandals

  • Neutral coloured clothing is advised

The ultimate safari experience is a trip to Chobe National Park in Botswana, which has the world’s largest elephant population. The land-based safari heads deep into the Park to spot the elusive big cats that make Chobe their home. 

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