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Overnight Camping Chobe National Park

Overnight Camping Chobe National Park
Duration:
1 day
From:
USD 320.00
<p>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.<br /><br />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.<br /><br />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.</p>

Private Game Drive and Chobe River Cruise

Private Game Drive and Chobe River Cruise
Duration:
12 hours
From:
USD 200.00
<p>The Game Drive into Chobe National Park will start at 6:30am. Your driver will be a professional guide with extensive knowledge on the park and its inhabitants. The park is especially known for its massive elephant population, huge array of bird species and big cats such as lion and leopard. You will discover some of the parks distinct ecosystems with dense woodland, extensive savannahs and rolling grasslands while travelling along the Caprivi flood plains. As this is a private game drive you can ask your guide to tailor your trip towards specific birdlife or wildlife if you like.</p> <p>After the game drive lunch will be served at a hotel on the riverbank before getting on a boat for the Chobe River Cruise. This will give you ample opportunity to enjoy the gorgeous river scenery and extraordinarily close views of lots of animals, including elephants, hippos, crocodiles and birdlife. Relax and enjoy the complimentary drinks while gliding along the Chobe River as the sun sets.</p>

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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2018