This mobile safari has a privately designated campsite inside the park that is not accessible by the normal public allowing you a more private and exclusive safari. Deep within the National Park is where you’ll stay which allows you to see parts of the park that guest staying in Kasane don’t get to see. Chobe National Park on a camping safari gives you the best opportunity to experience Botswana’s most diverse area of bird and wildlife.
Included is a 3 hour river cruise on the Chobe River where you will see a multitude of birds and animals as they come to the river to quench their thirst, not to mention countless hippos and crocodile. After the cruise lunch will be served before a game drive into Chobe National Park, exploring the Chobe River waterfront which is famous for its dense concentrations of all forms of wildlife. The game drive takes you to the overnight camping spot where you will be served drinks around the camp fire and then dinner. What You Can Expect Overnight Camping Chobe National Park River Cruise Going on an overnight camping safari at Chobe National Park will give you the opportunity to see Botswana’s most fascinating animals and birdlife. Your journey will begin at your hotel in Kasane where you will be picked up for a morning departure.
At 08h30 a short safety briefing will be held after pickup from your hotel with pertinent information on the region. At 09h30 guests will board a boat and begin a three hour cruise inside Chobe National park. This river cruise is one of the highlights of this trip, as you will have the chance to get up close with amazing birdlife, crocodiles, hippos, and the abundant Cape buffalo and elephant that go to the river to drink. At 12h30 the cruise will end. After a wonderful lunch you will have the chance to do some last minute shopping at Kasane for personal extras you may require, as there aren’t any shops inside Chobe. Guests will then go on a game drive in the park and explore the riverfront on the way to the Camp. This is guaranteed to impress even the most seasoned Safari goer and is the ideal time to spot the large herbivores of Chobe heading down to quench their thirst at the river. After sunset, guests will be returned to camp for a reflective fireside chat. A hearty bush dinner cooked on open fires will follow, accompanied by the memorable nocturnal sounds of the African bush
Guests are woken up at dawn and warm water is poured into their basins by staff. After a quick cup of coffee or tea, and a light continental breakfast, guests will depart on their final game drive. Thereafter you will leave Chobe to be driven back to Kasane between 08h30 and 09h00.
A 3 hour Chobe Lunch Cruise is a wonderful way to experience the Chobe National Park. Chobe National Park is known for the large herds of elephants and buffalo. They tend to make their way to the river for a drink and onto the islands in the river to feast off the sweet grass. Herds of elephants cross the Chobe River to the islands, a site to behold. Other common sightings are hippos and crocodiles basking in the sun. What You Can Expect Chobe River Lunch Cruise Chobe Lunch Cruise Some of the best photography is possible in the afternoons and Birding is also excellent along the river with common sightings of African darters, fish eagles, kingfishers and other waders and water birds. The African Skimmer is also often seen. This bird is an almost threatened species and a nice one to tick off your birding list. A 3 hour Chobe Lunch Cruise is a wonderful way to experience the Chobe National Park. Chobe National Park is known for the large herds of elephants and buffalo. They tend to make their way to the river for a drink and onto the islands in the river to feast off the sweet grass. Herds of elephants cross the Chobe River to the islands, a site to behold. Other common sightings are hippos and crocodiles basking in the sun
CHOBE NATIONAL PARK GAME DRIVE
Experience a 3 hour Chobe Game Drive through the Chobe National Park. The Chobe National Park is home to some of the most diverse species of animals in the world. Although it is only the third largest park in the country, it is Botswana’s first national park and has four distinct ecosystems, making it very unique. The park is especially known for its massive elephant population. It contains an estimated 50,000 elephants. Chobe is also home to over 460 bird species. Making it one of the world’s premier destinations for birdwatchers. Experience one of Africa’s true wildlife gems in this 11 700 square kilometer wildlife reserve. What You Can Expect Chobe National Park Game Drive Chobe Game Drive On a Chobe Game Drive you will travel deep into the Chobe National Park in search of Africas Big Five. You will also travel along the Chobe River. This is an excellent opportunity to see large herds of elephants drinking and playing in the river.
On a Chobe Game Drive you have the chance to see big cats such as lion and leopard. You can also see large game such as buffalo, giraffe, kudu and hippo. But most of all you can expect to experience an elephant encounter that will leave your heart pounding. Massive elephant herds numbering in their hundreds is a sight you will never forget. The experienced and professional guides will educate you on the national park and its inhabitants. Half way through the Chobe Game Drive you will stop for refreshments in a safe area.