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Chobe Day Trip From Victoria Falls

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  • Chobe National Park tour from Victoria Falls
  • Chances to see plenty of game animals in their natural habitat
  • Catch sight of wildlife from a boat and an on-land safari alike
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Chobe Day Trip From Victoria Falls
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Chobe Day Trip From Victoria Falls
US$170.00
Overview
This guided day trip to Chobe National Park makes it easy to see Big Five game animals from Victoria Falls in just a day. Your guide makes the border crossing into Botswana as easy as possible and provides all transportation so you can enjoy views of the savanna. Plus, going with a guide means gleaning insight into the local wildlife and culture you might miss on your own.
What to Expect
Begin your Chobe National Park tour with pickup from your Victoria Falls hotel. Crossing the Botswana border is a breeze with the help of your guide; once you cross, another guide will meet you.

Then, head to the Chobe River and board a game viewing boat for a wildlife cruise. Look out for animals like hippos, flamingos, and aquatic birds in their natural environment.

Eat lunch at a riverfront restaurant (included), and then hop on a safari vehicle for an afternoon game drive in Chobe National Park. Your guide helps you spot animals like elephants, lions, and more during the drive.

Return to your Victoria Falls hotel at the end of the tour.
Reviews (34)
1 - 5 of 17 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great Experience- Could have been better

The day trip pick up and drive to Botswana from my hotel was on time. I would certainly say that the Boat part of the trip was worthy experience, especially seeing Crocs, Hippos, Monitor lizards and Elephants. The land part of the trip was pretty...More

1  Thank Purvik S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Super trip, beyond expectations!

Very well organised trip, everything right on schedule. Staff friendly and helpful. Border crossings were smooth and easy from Zimbabwe. Boat trip was a wonderful experience, quiet and so close to nature (hippo's, crocodiles, elephant etc.) this followed by a grand buffet lunch in the...More

Thank William G
Reviewed August 29, 2018
Once in my lifetime experience

Just amazing experience. We saw about 50 elepants were gathing to drink water and some were crossing the river. We also saw some giraffes, hippoes, but no cats. Rhinoes are not here: I heard. The driver gave us enough time to watch, asking it's ok...More

2  Thank yoshirinyoshi
Reviewed June 19, 2018
Wonderful Experience

We did a day trip to Chobe National Park from VF - Blessing picked us up from the Zim border and took us all the way to the Botswana border, where he had people waiting to fetch us there after stamping our passports. The entire...More

8  Thank sarahtheblue
africa71, Guest Relations Manager at Africa Zim Travel & Tours, responded to this reviewResponded July 22, 2018

Thanks Sarah for your review.

Reviewed May 7, 2018 via mobile
Do it!!

We got picked up from our hotel at 0830 for the excursion. A 45 minute trip to the border of Botswana where we had to check thru immigration. Following that it was a 20minute trip to the dock for our boat cruise. We had done...More

1  Thank marknleah1
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lh Y
June 25, 2018|
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Response from sarahtheblue | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Yes, you will have to cross the border - if you have a SADC passport, you will not have to pay visa fees. Contact the tour operator to get more information regarding this.
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MandyEstelle
April 14, 2018|
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Response from coldfootwpulses | Reviewed this property |
pretty much any tour operators (such as shockwave, shearwater, wild horizon, and many you can find online) in victoria falls will be able to offer this day trip. i think they do use a sub-operator in botswana. I wrote down... More
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