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Praises for Chobe: “The Land of Elephants”

Praises for Chobe: “The Land of Elephants”

The Chobe area or “The Land of Elephants” as some prefer to say, is the ideal travel destination to witness the largest concentration of ellies in a single region. The area lends itself to sizeable herds of grey giants, as they freely roam wild on the riverbanks or bathe in the Chobe waters, quintessential to Botswana. . As a recent visitor of the Chobe Bush Lodge notes on a Tripadvisor review: “The surrounding Chobe park has the most animals I have ever seen in a game park.”

Many of the Chobe visitors are not only astonished by the sheer abundance of wildlife,  that encompasses the area but also by the fact of how close you can get to the wild animals in their natural habitat. “The elephants gaze distractedly at you and occasionally a young bull trying to establish a place in the pecking order will approach and bellow at the jeep.” This is how a recent Chobe Safari Lodge guest describes a game viewing experience in the Chobe National Park.

Pair your game drive with a boat safari excursion to view all the incredible inhabitants that roam the skirts of the Chobe River. A Chobe Safari Lodge visitor says it best when they say “In the afternoon we did the boat safari which was even more incredible and gave us a totally new and different perspective of the hippos and elephants.”

If seeing one of the largest wildlife concentrations in Africa is something you have always aspired to do, then a visit to the Chobe area should certainly elevate to the top of your travelbucket list. This Botswana paradise will not disappoint with its endless selection of four-legged friends to photograph and admire.

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Chobe Safari Lodge Contact Details:

Web: www.chobesafarilodge.com
Email: reservations@chobesafarilodge.com
Tel: (+267) 625 0 336

Chobe Bush Lodge Contact Details:

Web: www.chobebushlodge.com
Email: marketing@underonebotswanasky.com
Tel: (+267) 625 0 336

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