Safari Tours and Camping
Chobe National Park, Botswana
Chobe Camping safaris offer a real escape into the wild. The Camping Safaris are a great adventure experience during your visit to Botswana. These safaris are provided on a mobile camping safari basis. The term mobile refers to a camping safari that will be moving between designated wild camps. These camps are set up in the pristine national parks and game reserves of Botswana. These Chobe camping safaris take places in areas without any fencing. These camping sites have the essential bear facilities and provide the perfect wild experience to travellers. The roads are suitable for four-wheel drive vehicles only. These roads add a level of adventure to your Chobe camping safari. Our mobile safaris have two cars minimum on each safari. We divide our game drive vehicles and our camping equipment vehicles. These safaris require customised safari vehicles to enter this pristine wilderness and wildlife areas. Chobe camping safaris have been designed to access these remote locations successfully.
A Chobe full day Safari package comprising a Cruise on the Chobe River and a Game Drive in the world famous Chobe National Park. The Chobe National Park in Botswana is home to one of the largest game concentrations in Africa. Bordered by the banks of the breath-taking Chobe River, it is famous for its rich elephant and lion population. The tour departs daily from Livingstone where guests are transferred by road for 70km to the border where their Botswana guide will meet them after immigration procedures. Hotel Pick Ups: 07h00 Pickup from Kazungula Border: 08h30 Morning Cruise/ Game Drive: 09h30-12h30 Lunch: 12h30-13h30 Afternoon Game Drive/Cruise: 13h30-16h00 Drop-off at the border: 16h30 Return to Hotels: 18h00
Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park offers an easy opportunity to see the most common animals that can be found in the national parks around the country. The exception is the predators. Elephant and buffalo are easy to see, as are Burchell's zebra and many antelope species such Hippos, Giraffe, Wildebeest. Look out for the shy bushbuck, which can be spotted around the waterfall, as well as in the game park. Best Time for Wildlife Viewing It is easy to see the animals at any time of the year, as the park is small and contained
On a rhino walk, you get to come close to the amazing and sadly highly endangered white rhino. The trip starts with a drive into the national park, where you will be transferred into a safari vehicle and meet the guides and trackers, who will have come out earlier to look for the rhinos. After a briefing on what to expect, safety and how to have a memorable encounter, you will be driven to the area where the trackers would have located the rhino.