Chobe National Park Maps
After being established to preserve wildlife and promote tourism in the area in 1960, Chobe became Botswana's first national park. The park has several sections, and you can use the maps below to get a better understanding of land that was once inhabited by the ancient San bushman tribe.See all Chobe safaris
Chobe area map
Kasane, a town located nearby the park is considered the most important in the region and serves as the perfect access point to the northern entrance of the park.
In the northwest, Chobe's predators stalk the Linyanti Marsh looking for their next meal, and in the west the Savuti Marsh area feeds off the Savuti Channel, flourishing when water levels are high. Between the Linyanti Marsh and Savuti Marsh lie the Nogatsaa grass woodlands.
- Gates: The entrance gate will depend on where you want to go to the park. For the riverfront region use Sedudu Gate and Ngoma Gate, for Savuti areas use Ghoha Gate and Mababe Gate and for Liyaniti use Savuti Gate.
- Nearest airstrip: Savuti Airstrip
- Lodges: Garden Lodge, Chobe Safari Lodge, Savute Safari Lodge, Chobe Game Lodge, Ngoma Safari Lodge, Elephant Valley Lodge
- Nearby reserves: Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe Forest Reserve, Kasane Forest Reserve, Maikaelelo Forest Reserve
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