Chobe National Park, situated in the north eastern corner of Botswana, is the second largest national park in the country. Focusing on the mighty Chobe River, the park is home to one of the largest concentrations of elephant on Earth, estimated at around 120,000. Much of the action takes place in or near the river, where it is common to see elephants splashing in the river. The park is also home to huge herds of buffalo, zebras, lechwe and other antelope. In the park it is possible to view game from a 4WD vehicle or you can get up-close and personal by taking a river safari! The park is close to the town of Kasane and is easily combinable with the mighty Victoria Falls.
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