Chobe Day Trip (Zimbabwe)
The ultimate safari experience unfolds on a day trip to Chobe National Park in Botswana, which boasts the world’s largest elephant population. The game cruise on the Chobe River brings you close to brilliant bird life, pods of wallowing hippos, primeval crocodiles, and elephants breathtaking in their sheer number. The afternoon land-based safari heads deeper into the Park to spot the elusive big cats that call Chobe their home.
(Animals sightings are not guaranteed by Bushtracks Africa)
Minimum 2 pax - maximum 100 pax
NB: Private boat requests are at an extra cost and private vehicle requests are available based on minimum of 8 paying pax
The Chobe National Park in Botswana is approximately a 1 ¾ hour drive from Livingstone.
Visas may be required for some nationalities and must be pre-arranged before leaving their home country. Visas CANNOT be bought at the border post. Guides will assist guests through the Zambian and Botswana immigration formalities. Guests will also need to ensure that they have Yellow Fever certificates should they have visited a country that is affected with the Yellow fever epidemic prior to entry into Botswana.
Guests are advised to have breakfast before departing
Special dietary requirements need to be communicated in advance
Return transfers to and from Chobe National Park
A boat crossing of the Zambezi River at the point where the 4 countries of Zimbabwe, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia meet.
National Park fees
A river safari on the Chobe River
A game drive in the Chobe National Park
Buffet lunch with one beer or soft drink at the Chobe Safari Lodge
Snacks, bottled water, softs drinks and beers on the river safari
Services of qualified wildlife guides
What you need to bring:
Hat and sunglasses
Sunscreen and mosquito repellent
Comfortable non-slip shoes
Neutral coloured clothing is advised
Child Policy: Minimum age for a child is 8 years old