Chobe National Park is located in the Northern part of Botswana and comprises an area of approximately 11 000 km² which makes it the second largest park in Botswana and it borders Zambia and Namibia making it ideal logistically to combine in a multiple destination itinerary. The Chobe river front or the Serondela area is the most visited area of the park but there are three other separate eco systems within the Chobe National Park which include the Savuti marsh in the west as well as the Linyanti Swamps and the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve. Without a doubt Chobe National Park is MOST famous for its massive herds of elephant with the Chobe River supporting the largest concentration of African Elephant found anywhere in Africa - it is not uncommon to encounter massive herds along the Chobe river front and combined with its superb general game-viewing all year round it is a ‘must see’. Tiger fishing is very popular here and since the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers are known as ‘the’ premier Tiger fishing rivers in Africa this activity for the game fishing enthusiast is a ‘must do’.
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