"Our afternoon was spent cruising on the magnificent Chobe river. We saw plenty of wildlife along the banks of the Chobe river ..even a leopard chasing a water monitor ...we were lucky to be at the right place at the right time! There is just something about viewing wildlife from the water ...that close up and personal experience with nature that is difficult to describe in words " Gelle
Chobe National Park is in northern Botswana near the vast, inland Okavango Delta. Botswana's first and most diverse national park with 4 distinct ecosystems. The Park is the second largest in Botswana and is known for its superb game viewing all year round, One of the greatest concentrations of elephants in Africa and famed for wandering leopards. Botswana has a wonderful range of resident bird species too but as the rains arrive, so do migrant birds from Europe, Asia and other parts of Africa. It's a bird watchers paradise! Even non-birders will get caught up in the excitement of Botswana's incredible birdlife, especially if you hear the call of the fish eagles whilst cruising along the Chobe river at sunrise or sunset .