Chobe Day Trip ex Zambia
Less than an hour away from Livingstone
Chobe National Park is well known for its large herds of elephant that frequent the Chobe River on a daily basis. In the dry season an estimate of up to 85,000 elephants can be dispersed within the Chobe National Park, where the majority of them can be found along the river. Apart from the herds of elephants, Chobe also has lots more to offer. including lion, leopard, buffalo and a whole host of antelope like sable, puku, kudu, eland, roan and many others which you can get to see. The river is filled with big pods of hippos and some of the biggest crocodiles in Africa.
Guests are transferred from Livingstone to the Kazungula border where your Botswana guide will meet you. From there you will proceed straight to the morning cruise, spending the morning game viewing along the Chobe River.
The cruise ends at around 12h30 and guests go to a hotel on the Chobe riverbank for lunch.
After lunch, guests will board safari vehicles for an afternoon game drive in the Chobe National Park. After this you will be taken back to the Kazungula Border for your return transfer to Livingstone.
This tour departs daily from Livingstone to the Chobe National Park in Botswana.
Approx. 7 hours
Return transfers between Victoria Falls and Chobe, game drive, boat cruise and lunch
Excludes: Visas may be required for this tour (for guests own account). Chobe National Park entrance fee not included.
Sun Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen ·
Money for visas if required and other purchases
Additional paperwork required for minor children: Unabridged Birth Certificate (Birth Certificate containing the particulars of a minor and those of the parents) . A letter of consent from the other parent should the minor be travelling with one parent (A normal birth certificate will not be accepted.)
Victoria Falls and Chobe is generally warm; even in winter when early mornings (and evenings) are very chilly by midday it warms up and heavy clothing is removed. It is important cover up in summer as exposed flesh will get sunburned!
We recommend the following:
Comfortable clothing that provides sun protection like a light long sleeved shirt; even a cotton throw like a kikoi will help.
Warm clothing in winter (April to August) with layers being best for easy removal when the day heats up and cools down again.
Comfortable shoes: Hiking/running shoes
Children of all ages are welcome but parents of children of 2 years and under should book a private trip. Please note there are special requirements for parents of children to provide when entering Botswana. This is provided on booking