The Chobe National Park, in the north-west of Botswana, near the borders to Zambia, Zimbabwe and Namibia, is famous for its vast variety of wildlife.
It is the second biggest national park in Botswana, covering an area of 10,566 km². Located in the northern Botswana, the Chobe National Park attracts thousands of visitors every year due to its fame as one of the largest game concentrations in the country. This wildlife sanctuary also boasts the largest elephant population in Africa. The Chobe National Park is the most diverse and third largest park, and was the first national park in the country.
Chobe has one the greatest concentration of elephants of any national park in Africa. They are most visible during the dry season when they congregate around the water sources, especially the Chobe river.