Chobe, Eastern Caprivi and Victoria Falls

Typically combined with Okavango Delta, are Chobe National Park with estimated total elephant population of 40 – 60 thousand, as well as the Savuti, Eastern Caprivi areas of northern Botswana and Namibia. Known for elephant hunting lions, Boabab trees and shifting herds of migrating plains game.. A short drive over the border takes you to Victoria Falls, with excellent accommodation options both on the Zambian and Zimbabwean side.

Access

The best access point is normally Kasane, which forms the border of Namibia, Botswana and Zambia with close access to Zimbabwe. You can either come up from Okavango Delta directly or enter via Kasane, Livingstone or Victoria Falls airports.

Unique selling points

Victoria Falls is one of Africa’s natural wonders and a must see for any serious traveller to the region. Chobe, Savuti and Eastern Caprivi have unique ecosystems varying from riverine forest and wooded thickets to lovely river frontage in Eastern Caprivi , Chobe and Zambezi rivers, which lend itself to boat based game viewing, tiger fishing and even lodges set on islands within these magnificent river systems.

Best time to travel

Victoria Falls is a year round destination, it can flood in the summer months with high levels of mist, but still spectacular. In the dry months it still flows over the edge into the gorge below, but is also beautiful sight. Chobe, Savuti and Eastern Caprivi can be hot inbetween October and April, but the game viewing is still good.