My favorite Place in Southern Africa: Chobe National Park in Botsuana

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It was always my dream to see elephants in wild nature. During a camping tour through Botswana and Zambia, I have found the perfect spot to observe these mighty creatures: the Chobe National Park.
The park is situated in the North of Botswana. The country has the highest elephant population in Africa. You will definitely get to see a lot of elephants!

I recommend a boat safari along the Chobe River because the elephants are much less scared of boats than they are of cars.

I could spot many hippos, crocodiles and monkeys, too.

Another highlight was the beautiful sunset at the end of the safari.

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Author: Jen

Hello! My name is Jen. I'm a German student and writer. I created this blog to share my travel experiences, photography and poetry with the world!

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