Chobe National Park Travel Guide

Chobe National Park is one of the most spectacular national parks in Botswana and should definitely not be missed when visiting. Located in the northern part of the country, Chobe National Park is a wildlife rich oasis and popular destination for adventurers.

To get to the park, you can either fly into Kasane Airport from Johannesburg or enter the park by road from either Zambia, Zimbabwe or Botswana. From Kasane Airport the park can be reached by renting a car and driving for around 25 kilometers.

If you are coming from Zambia, it is possible to drive to the park although the distances can be quite far. From Victoria Falls, you will need to travel through the Kazangula border and drive 225 km to the park. From Zimbabwe, you can drive from Victoria Falls via the border at Chirundu, a 350km journey.

You can also reach the park from Botswana’s capital of Gaborone, though it is a long journey. You’ll need to drive via the city of Francistown and then take the A3 highway which is 850 kilometers. Alternatively, you can take public transport from Gaborone, which will take you through Francistown, and then catch a bus from Francistown to Kasane.

Whichever route you choose to take, you will be sure to have a spectacular journey and the beautiful sites of Chobe National Park will be worth it. It is definitely worth planning ahead and having some knowledge of what routes are available before attempting to visit the park.

Safari Tours to Chobe National Park