Located in northern Botswana, Chobe National Park was Namibia’s very first national park, and is now the third largest park in the country. This wildly famous, must-see destination is not only known for being the most biologically diverse, but it’s also home to the highest concentration of elephant in Africa, with an estimated population of 120 000 elephants in the park alone.
Don’t miss a thing and immerse yourself in a full Chobe experience by staying inside the park. If it’s the activities you are after, staying inside the park offers you the opportunity to be the first in line to embark on wild game drives and captivating boat cruises. You’ll be able to take advantage of exceptional photographic and birding opportunities before anyone else, and when it’s time for everyone to head home you’ll still have the upper-hand with the opportunity for more sightings. Thanks to the floodlit waterholes, your wildlife adventure can continue throughout the night.