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Elephants in the Chobe National Park
To the north of the swamps the Kwando River makes a large sweep around the Linyanti swamps in Caprivi before heading down towards Lake Liambezi, the Chobe and ultimately the Zambezi River. This is an enormous wilderness area where large herds of elephant and buffalo are frequently encountered. The lions of the Savuti are legend and all major predators such as leopard, cheetah, hyena and wild dog are present.

The Chobe National Park is world renowned for its abundance of elephants which concentrate on the Chobe River, especially during the dry season. This reserve forms an ecological entity with Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe and is home to enormous populations of elephant and buffalo. All the major predators and a wide variety of antelope and other species are present in the park. One of the attractions of this reserve is the opportunity to view the wildlife on the banks of the Chobe River from a boat in the river itself.
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