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Advice on planning in-park 3-5 day safari in Chobe Park

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Advice on planning in-park 3-5 day safari in Chobe Park

My friend and I are looking to book a safari into Chobe Park via Livingstone at the end of June.

Our budget: budget-mid-range

We would like any helpful hints/tips on how to find a safari where we can stay in the park? We do not want to drive ourselves or bring our own sleeping gear. We'd love to do road and boat safari.

There seems to be mostly high-end options (especially if you read lonely planet!!!).

thanks!!

Kasane
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1. Re: Advice on planning in-park 3-5 day safari in Chobe Park

There are a number of options you can go for in Chobe and there us no need to necessarily go high end as there are also a number of budget options available to you. You can easily combine it with boats on the Chobe river as well. If you have 2-3 nights then you are probably better to concentrate on camping on the Chobe riverfront. If you have longer it may be worth looking to do a couple of nights in Savute as well. A couple of queries:

1. you'd first need to decide what time you want to spend in Chobe.

2. what budget do you have?

3. are you happy with the most basic level of camping (ground mat with a sleeping bag).

Any queries let me know.

Clive.

SGS Africa

Kasane

2. Re: Advice on planning in-park 3-5 day safari in Chobe Park

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