On Botswana's far northern border lies the Kwando, Linyanti and Chobe river system forming a series of lakes, islands and floodplains. This area forms the Chobe National Park, famous for its large buffalo and elephant herds...
Each unit has a fully equipped kitchen, luxurious bathroom and beautifully furnished bedroom. The comfortable lounges, fitted with DSTV, offer a pull out couch so that each cottage can sleep up to four people and are ideal for families.
This spacious, luxury home has five bedrooms, air conditioning, a fully equipped kitchen, a sparkling swimming pool, Wi-Fi throughout, and a games room.
Accommodating 12 guests in 6 en-suite meru tents Sango Safari Camp is designed in the style of the classic tented safari camp of days gone by. Sango Safari Camp aims to rekindle the atmosphere of the luxury mobile safari camp.
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Chobe National Park, in northwest Botswana, has one of the largest game concentration in Africa continent. By size, this is the third largest park of the country, after the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and the Gemsbok National Park, and is the most diverse. The Chobe National Park can be split up into 3 separate regions:Serondela area is situated in the extreme Northeast of the park, has lush plains and dense teak forests. The Chobe River, which flows along the Northeastern border of the park, is a drinking spot for elephants and buffaloes at dry season. This is probably the most visited park section, partly because of its proximity to the Victoria Falls. The Savuti Marsh area makes up the Western stretch of the park and is the remnant of a large inland lake whose water supply was cut a long time ago by tectonic movements. In dry seasons, tourists going on safari often view warthogs, kudus, impalas, zebras, wildebeests and elephants. The Linyanti Marsh, located at the Northwest corner of the park and to the North of Savuti, is adjacent to Linyanti River. There are here large concentrations of lions, leopards, wild dogs, Roan antelopes, Sable antelopes, hippopotamuses and large herds of elephant.