Here's our guide to going on a boating safari in Chobe National Park, located in northern Botswana. With the Chobe River forming the park's northern boundary, it attracts vast herds of elephants - as high at 80,000 in the dry season.
The lifeblood of Chobe National Park in northern Botswana is the Chobe river. This is the focus of most of the animal life in the park, and therefore the safari activities. To be floating on the river with the boat’s engine off, listening to the splashing of the elephants and the sounds of the water, is very special.