·· Chobe Safari:
A safari to Chobe National Park in northern Botswana is a sensible option for travelers wishing to combine Victoria Falls with a safari to one of the best wildlife areas of Southern Africa. Chobe is a mere 90 minute drive from Victoria Falls, which in turn is easily accessible by air from Johannesburg - the main entry point into the region.
Chobe also makes the ideal companion destination to Okavango Delta in Botswana, the magnificent labyrinth of waterways in the Kalahari Desert.
Together, these two safari regions present the ultimate experience for travelers looking for a rich and rewarding wildlife experience. Chobe has the largest concentration of elephant in the world, attracted by the fertile riverine forests along the Chobe river and the open savannah grasslands of the interior.
Most camps in Chobe are positioned along the river and are easily accessible by road from the main entry point of Kasane. The more remote camps - particularly in the Savute area - winch is famous for the lion prides which prey on elephant - are best accessed by air charter from Kasane.
A usual day on safari in Chobe or Savute starts with a game drive at sunrise, followed by a hearty breakfast in camp. There is often also the option of a walking safari. There is a siesta after lunch, a late afternoon game drive on open 4x4 vehicles or a sunset cruise along the river. Most camps are fully inclusive of all meals and local beverages.
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