Why Travel to Chobe Forest Camp?
THERE ARE MANY REASONS TO TRAVEL TO CHOBE FOREST CAMP – HERE ARE SOME OF OUR FAVOURITES!
If there’s one memory that you’ll take away from a Chobe safari, it’s that of elephants. About 120 000 live in and around Chobe National Park, and inconceivable numbers of these gentle giants can be seen crowding the banks of the Chobe River during Botswana’s dry season from about May to October.
“If there is one thing you’ll take away from a Chobe safari, it’s that of Elephants.”
Chobe is also one of the best places in Africa to witness the most dramatic predator action – its Savuti region is where lions regularly clash with hyenas and powerful prides famously take down Africa’s biggest game like buffalo, giraffe and even elephants.
“The park is un-fenced and the elephants move freely into the forest reserves and natural bush which abounds in this area”
Chobe National Park is about the size of Northern Ireland and a haven for the biggest elephant populations on the planet. The park is un-fenced and the elephants move freely into the forest reserves and natural bush which abounds in this area. This includes the wilderness areas surrounding Chobe Forest Camp. A holiday in Chobe offers game drives and river cruises in an unspoilt environment that supports massive herds of not only elephant but also a multitude of buffalo that is unrivalled elsewhere in Africa.
Chobe is a superb destination for birdwatchers (over 500 species) and photographers will adore the unique angles offered on boat safaris. Wildlife enthusiasts will love the density and diversity of animals in Chobe Forest Camp, as well as the dramatic game viewing.
It’s also a great destination for a family vacation, especially suited for families with children older than seven. Exclusivity seekers and safari aficionados will have the most amazing time at Chobe Forest Camp, as the exclusivity is unrivalled in the area.
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