Chobe National Park Vacation Packages
Vacationing in just one place, no matter how popular, will only ever furnish you with a narrow glimpse into the broader natural and cultural makeup of a region. So be sure to set aside enough time to visit Botswana's other cultural and natural attractions.
Botswana features plenty of relaxing activities. Spend a few hours wildlife watching or bird watching and let your stress melt away.
Why not take your tastebuds for a tour of Botswana's restaurants and cafés. Some ingredients typically found in a number of Botswana recipe books are mopane worms and lamb. Don't end your stay in Botswana without trying out seswaa (meat stew) and also pap (maize porridge). Lerotse (melon), a good way to finish your meal. Refresh your palette with a glass of beer. Castle is a popular option. Taste a ginger beer, an non-alcoholic drink of choice.
If you happen to be in Botswana on the 30th of September, partake in the events surrounding the yearly Botswana Day celebrations.
When planning your trip to Chobe National Park, keep in mind that the nearest major airport, Mpacha Airport, is located in in Katima Mulilo, 75 miles (121 kilometers) away.
Accommodation in Chobe National Park
Make an online booking for one of the 12 Chobe National Park hotels or other lodgings listed on Expedia's easy-to-use Chobe National Park hotels page before you start your trip.
Beginning at the premier end of Chobe National Park's options, you can book a few nights at the Ngoma Safari Lodge, at Chobe Forest Reserve, or the Chobe Marina Lodge, at Lot 21306 , President Road. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you'll find some great deals at the Kamanga Safari Hotel, at Plot 1471 Old Matlapaneng Bridge, or the Adansonia Hotel, at Sedia - Matlapane Road.