Safari Activities

With Chobe Game Lodge

Enjoy the diversity of the region’s abundant wildlife on guided 4WD game drives and take in the beauty of the famous Chobe River on a boat safari while witnessing massive herds of animals and prolific birdlife along the riverfront.

Activities offered at Chobe Game Lodge include morning and afternoon game drives; mid-morning and late-afternoon boat safaris; back of house eco-tours and Chobe cultural exploration trips (four-night stay only). Chobe Game Lodge is fully inclusive, so you are welcome to do as little or as much as you please.

Why Chobe National Park

Elephant Population

The Chobe National Park is home to approximately 50,000 elephants and is widely accepted to have the highest population density of elephants in Africa.

Chobe River

The Chobe River in the north provides a vital source of water to diverse wildlife population making it a focal point for safari enthusiasts and wildlife photographers alike.

Wildlife Diversity

The park is home to a wide variety of wildlife from predator species like lion, leopard and wild dog to large populations of elephant, buffalo, hippo, crocodile and a host of general game species.


The park is one of Botswana’s most accessible parks making it the ideal combination with Victoria falls, The Okavango Delta and South Africa.

Varied Experiences

From open 4x4 game drives and relaxed Chobe River safari cruises to interactive cultural excursions, Chobe National Park offers a variety of activities to safari travelers.

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