The famous Chobe National Park covers over 11,000km² and includes the Savute region. As the Kwando and Linyanti river sections wind their way through the northern edge of Botswana the river widens and becomes the Chobe river, one of the great rivers of Africa. Bordering the Northern edge of the National Park, this river quenches the thirst of large numbers of animals, thus making it one of the best places to see game in Botswana. Famous for its large herds of elephant and buffalo, the Chobe River front gives you perhaps the best sunsets, either seen by vehicle or fantastic boat cruise along the river.
The main entry point to the Chobe River front is the buzzing town of Kasane which is also the gateway to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Within the National Park region are private lodges, which are generally situated along the Chobe River front. Due to its proximity to Kasane, the river front can be busier than many of the private concession areas in Botswana, but none of these other areas present you with the spectacle that the Chobe River does.
The Park also caters extremely well for Mobile Camping Safari operators who have the benefit of the sole use of private camp-sites. These mobiles will often stay within the park for a few nights as part of a longer safari throughout Botswana and possibly its neighbouring countries.