Chobe National Park is well known for it’s large herds of elephant that frequent the Chobe River on a daily basis. In the dry season an estimate of up to 85000 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, the park has lion, leopard, buffalo and a whole host of antelope like sable, puku, kudu, eland, roan and many others which guests can also get to see. The river is filled with big pods of hippos and some of the biggest crocodiles in Africa.
The chance of seeing wildlife on the islands and riverbanks is very high, as is the likelihood of seeing large numbers of bird species, crocodiles and other wildlife. Elephant, buffalo, giraffe and hippo are common sightings, with sable, leopard and numerous antelope also being regulars.