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Zambezi River Sunset Cruise from Victoria Falls
"Enjoy a complimentary hotel pickup and transfer from your hotel in Victoria Falls to the boat jetty. Board the boat with a refreshment before you depart for your cruise. Departing from the jetty you'll first cruise downstream towards the Victoria Falls to take in the stunning views of the spray from the falls. Thereafter you will cruise upstream to watch the sun set into the Zambezi River. You will be treated to delicious complimentary snack and"""A Victoria Falls sunset cruise on the Zambezi River is a must do activity when on safari in Victoria Falls Zimbabwe. Celebrate the setting African Sun as you cruise the Zambezi River in luxury. First you will cruise downstream towards the Victoria Falls. From here you will be able to see the spray of the Victoria Falls. You will then cruise upstream to catch title=Highlights&1=Free+hotel+pickup+and+drop-off+included&2=Snacks+and+Beverages+included&3=Family+friendly""
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Victoria Falls - 3 Hour Sunrise Cycle
"There will be breaks along the way at scenic viewpoints alongside the perennial Zambezi hardly believing that this seemingly placid and innocuous river will be transformed into a terrifying torrent of water a few kilometres downstream.Continue onto the Big Tree a massive and ancient Baobab which is over a thousand years old as your guide explains the unique fauna and flora of the region. From here on to the leafy tree-lined suburbs and then into Chinotimba Township where you get a sense of local customs and culture. Wander through the bustling market as your guide points out the different fruit and vegetables
From $120.00
 
Victoria Falls - 3 Hour Sunset Cycle
"Break along the way at scenic viewpoints alongside the perennial Zambezi hardly believing that this seemingly placid and innocuous river will be transformed into a terrifying torrent of water a few kilometres downstream.Continue onto the Big Tree a massive and ancient Baobab which is over a thousand years old as your guide explains the unique fauna and flora of the region. From here on to the leafy tree-lined suburbs and then into Chinotimba Township where you get a sense of local customs and culture. Wander through the bustling market as your guide points out the different fruit and vegetables
From $120.00

Most Viewed Things to Do in Chobe National Park

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Chobe Tour

The cheapest was a daytour from Viktoria Falls for 140 $, a 3 hour boat tour, lunch then 3 hours with a 4 weel drive, i didn't see that tour in Livingstone but it might available and probably cheaper...
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Chobe is soooooo much more than Elephants

Like everyone, we saw hundreds of elephants and loved every minute of it. Definitely the #1 attraction. But the other wildlife and flora are pretty spectacular, too. Our guide from Chobe Chilwero...
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roadeagl
Mar 13, 2013

Land safaris

We took a three hour overland safari tour with 6 other people during our afternoon in Chobe. The tour lasted about three hours, about half of which was spent traveling near the river, while the other...
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mikelisaanna
May 16, 2010

Birds of Chobe

We saw some very interesting birds during our stay in Chobe National Park, particularly along the Chobe River and its banks. Birds in Chobe include spoonbills, hornbills, rollers, and herons. Many...
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mikelisaanna
May 15, 2010

Chobe River Boat Tours

As part of our visit to Chobe National Park, we took a 3-hour boat tour along the Chobe River. Our tour went along the Chobe River, ending at the hobe Lodge for lunch. We had a guide who constantly...
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mikelisaanna
May 15, 2010

See a lot of elephants

Chobe National Park is most famous for its huge numbers of elephants. In fact, Chobe, has more elephants than any other place in the world, with tens of thousands of them roaming throughout its...
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mikelisaanna
May 15, 2010
 
 
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The Chobe National Park

The Chobe National Park is the second largest national park in Botswana, and has a large number of wild animals. The park is divided into four areas: Serondela with dense forests in the Chobe River...
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georeiser
Oct 21, 2009

Baboons along the road

There are a lot of baboons along the Ngoma-Kasane road. One of the baboons tried to hide behind a tree. See the funny picture... The other baboon crossed the road. Two safari cars with tourists are...
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georeiser
Oct 21, 2009

wonderful Elephants

This park has many thousands of wonderful elephants, you can really spend some time watching them, Remember elephants are DANGEROUS WILD animals so please do not get out of car to take better pics,...
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nora_south_africa
Jul 13, 2008

Game Drives: The Reason Most People Come

The basics of game drives: to view the wildlife, you will be in open sided vehicles for several hours. Therefore, be prepared. This may include rain gear, camera equipment, sun screen, or whatever...
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glabah
Aug 20, 2007

Boat Trip along Northern Edge of Chobe National Pk

The boat trips may be short or long, depending on who you go with, what sort of mood they are in, and how much you paid for your trip.The trip I took left from the Chobe Game Lodge, which is already...
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glabah
Aug 11, 2007

A Perfect end to a perfect day

Was of course the pure and utter beautifulness of seeing these huge creatures look not harsh and not old, but elegant and stunning against the pink sky as the sunset over the river that evening in...
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kentishgirl
Feb 08, 2007

Hippo on the river

Just as we are moving to a different spot for the sunset we spot all of these hippo!I was like "wow" I had no idea how much more I could take that day! I had been amazed and it just kept getting...
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kentishgirl
Feb 08, 2007

Crocodile on the river bank

Now this was something I certainly never expected to see!Seriously, I couldn't believe my eyes when I saw this huge crocodile lying on the riverbank beside us! Our boat got in so close it was...
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kentishgirl
Feb 08, 2007

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K.Knight

"Chobe National Park - Natures wonderland."
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"Chobe National Park"
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nora_south_africa

"Chobe National park"
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glabah

"Wonderful Stay, Spectacular Elephant Sighting"
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kentishgirl

"Elephants and more Elephants!"
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