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Chobe National Park is a large wilderness area covering nearly 11 000 square kilometers, which makes it the third-largest park/game reserve in Botswana.

Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park is a large wilderness area covering nearly 11 000 square kilometers, which makes it the third-largest park/game reserve in Botswana.
During the 1930's Botswana was still a British protectorate known as Bechuanaland. In those days very few people visited the Chobe riverfront,...

Chobe River Front

Chobe River Front

The Chobe National Park was named after the Chobe river, which forms the northern boundary of the park. The Chobe River area is very rich in plant life, offering Bachestegia sandveld, mopane woodland, mixed Combretum veld, floodplain grassland and the riverine woodland. The latter has,...

Chobe River

Chobe River

The Chobe river has its origins in the highlands of Angola and flows in a south-easterly direction. This section of the river is called the Kwando.

When it enters Botswana, it not only changes its name, but also undergoes a dramatic 90 degree change in course at the point where it meets a major...

Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

"Just a few paces from the stunted scrub bush of the scorched dry Kalahari sands that stretch from Botswana to the banks of the Zambezi in northwest Zimbabwe, an ancient miracle continues to slake its thirst from the unceasing benediction that has sustained it for thousands of years." (Spectrum...