Ideal Destination For
- Bucket List
- Solo Travel
- Special Interest
Points of Interest
- Chobe Riverfront
Also known as the Serondela area, the most accessible area of the park is the Chobe Riverfront. This is where you will find the largest concentration of wildlife as the lush plains and dense forests attract huge numbers of elephants and buffalo. The Riverfront is the most visited part of the park.
- Linyanti Swamp & Wetlands
Linyanti Swamp and Wetlands are situated in the northwest corner of the park. The lagoons and floodplains are complimented by the distinctive surrounding dry woodlands. Predators and large concentrations of game, particularly elephant and buffalo, move down to the Linyanti River at the start of the winter months.
In the west of the park, the Savuti channel empties into the Savuti Marsh. The remote area is well known for its rich grasslands, savanna woodlands and large varieties of trees and other vegetation, and as a result, is frequently featured in wildlife documentaries. Great flocks of grazers and browsers, and subsequently also predators, can be found in this area.
- Nogatsaa Tchinga
The Nogatsaa Tchinga is a hot and dry hinterland. Remote and inaccessible, its clay soil creates several natural pans, most of which dry up during the dry season, apart from a few. The surface water lasts well into the dry season, and attracts an abundance of game between August and October. The area is particularly good for viewing Eland.