Situated across from Zambia, bordering the Zambezi River, Botswana is home to one of Africa’s best wildlife and birdwatching reserves: Chobe National Park. The park is divided into four regions: the Savuti Marsh, the Linyanti Marsh, the Serondela riverfront, and the Nogatsaa grass woodland. Depending on the time of year, lions, hyenas, zebras, wildebeests, hippos, giraffes, antelope, and approximately 460 species of bird can be seen in the park. Chobe National Park is also home to one of the largest populations of African elephants in the world!
With Adventures Unbound, get up-close with these magnificent creatures via interactive hiking and biking safari options. Our local guides have a wealth of knowledge about the wildlife and culture of the region, and are more than happy to answer any questions you have along the way. At the end of each day, we enjoy a “sundowner” beverage and bask in the orange sunset glow, toasting to the day’s adventures and memories made!