CHOBE DAY TRIP2019-11-18T11:16:30+00:00

PRICE:          USD 150 per person



  • View big game and other animals up close
  • Experience the beautiful scenery of Chobe National Park
  • A tasty lunch at one of the lodges
  • An afternoon boat cruise along the Chobe River

Our Chobe Day Trip takes you deep into the heart of Botswana’s big game country, where an extensive assortment of wildlife roams freely across a vast and open terrain.

The tour begins after an early morning breakfast at your hotel. From there, we head to Botswana’s iconic Chobe National Park, which thrills with animal experiences and has the largest concentration of elephants on the planet. It takes about an hour to reach the Zimbabwe/Botswana Border. Upon completing immigration formalities, the drive to the Park’s entrance lasts roughly 30 minutes.

Chobe National Park is one of the last remaining frontiers of Africa where you can get to see animal greats such as elephants, buffaloes, hippos and impalas going about their daily routines within their natural habitats. If you’re lucky, you may even spot a few big cats like the lion and the leopard. In addition, there are hundreds of fascinating bird species to view that call this place home.

In the morning, we explore the National Park in a comfortable, well-equipped safari vehicle. After working up an appetite in the great outdoors, we stop for a delicious lunch at one of the local hotels, before embarking on a relaxing boat cruise along the wildlife-rich Chobe River. Then, we make our way back to Victoria Falls. The day ends with a drop off at your place of accommodation at around 6 p.m.


  • Sunscreen, a sun hat and sunglasses
  • Your passports and booking confirmation voucher
  • Your children’s birth certificates (if travelling with children)
  • A camera/video camera
  • Binoculars
  • Cash for VISAs into Botswana and purchases


  • Transfers to and from Chobe in Botswana
  • A game drive, lunch and Chobe River cruise
  • The fees for all activities
  • Experienced and qualified safari guides
  • Bottled water and soft drinks


  • VISA for Botswana, depending on nationality of passports
  • Any purchases
  • Gratuities (not mandatory)


  • No children under 6 years of age permitted.
  • Children must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.


  • Neutral-coloured clothing (beige, green and khaki). Bright clothes can potentially scare off wildlife, while dark clothes tend to attract tsetse flies.
  • Long-sleeved shirts, to keep the sun off your arms and neck.
  • Trousers, preferably combat trousers, which allow for storage of multiple belongings.
  • A jacket for warmth, especially during the winter months if May to July.


  • Prices are subject to change without notice.
  • The sequence of activities is subject to change based on availability and last known sightings of high-profile game animals.
  • Please carry your passport at all times.
  • Visitors travelling with children must carry their birth certificates.
  • While we do our best to get guests back promptly, travelling time from Botswana can be longer due to immigration lines. This usually occurs between July and August, which is peak tourist season. We ask for your patience on the return transfer.
  • Please personally check your VISA status and requirements before departing your home country. Some nationalities cannot purchase VISAs at point of entry into Botswana.