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What to Do
Looking for things to do in North-West District? We provide up-to-date info on everything from must-see scenic spots to local hangouts.
Chobe National Park
5.0/513 Reviews
Okavango Delta
4.7/512 Reviews
5.0/53 Reviews
Baines Baobabs
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Gobatsaa Hill Leopard Rock
Tsodilo Hills
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Temogo Safari
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Ntshu Safaris
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Moremi Wildlife Reserve
Chobe River Boat Cruises
Where to Stay
Discover the most popular places to stay in North-West District, complete with recommendations from fellow travelers and special hotel offers.
Lediba Guest Lodge
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Kwalape Safari Lodge
3.7/520 Reviews
Chobe Marina Lodge
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Motsebe Backpackers
3.5/52 Reviews
Thamalakane River Lodge
Chief's Guest House
3.0/51 Reviews
Elephant Valley Lodge
5.0/513 Reviews
Tlou Safari Lodge
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Chobe River Lodge
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Sedia Riverside Hotel
4.2/516 Reviews
Liya Guest Lodge
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Discover the Real North-West District With a Local Expert

The Chobe National Park is one of the best located National Parks in Botswana. What makes Chobe unique is the fact that it is easy to access from all over Botswana, Namibia and Zimbabwe. It is the perfect gateway for travellers. I recommend that you visit the park and find experienced guides to introduce you to Chobe National Park.we had a fantastic time having close encounter with wild animals
On May 22, 2019, Botswana President Masisi lifted the hunting ban from 2014 to the present. Botswana has a wealth of wildlife resources, and I have traveled to the world heritage of Chobe National Park to experience the vast world. In recent years, the number of elephants in Botswana has increased by 130,000, accounting for 30% of the total number of Africans. Elephants are no longer endangered. However, the phenomenon of poaching has also increased. At the same time, due to hunting, the economic income brought by the legal hunting has not been filled by photography tourism, and the decline in the living standards of local people has also led to a decrease in the enthusiasm of anti-poaching. In addition, because the population control hunting can not be carried out, too many elephants reduced the number of other animal groups. Human civilization has developed to this day, we are too far away from hunting. This debate about hunting or hunting is destined to be extremely complicated. What do you think of your friends? Statistics, support for hunting, 1 hunting, support hunting 2#
In the Chobe National Park in Botswana, I saw the lion from a long distance. I also saw the thick and long elephant's whip for the first time. Many of my favorite purple-breasted Dharma are flying, the gazelle is dense, and the giraffes are in groups. Here is a bushy thick, Chobe River, ample water, very suitable for animal survival, is a paradise for animals.
The Okavango Delta is an ecological miracle. It consists of marshes and seasonal flood plains and is one of the few delta systems that are completely isolated from the ocean. There is a place where seasonal rains can sustain this verdant plant and wildlife itself is a miracle. The Okavango River is the fourth longest river in southern Africa, with a total length of 1,600 kilometers. The river originates from central Angola and the upper section is called the Kubango River. It basically flows from the northwest to the southeast and eventually enters northern Botswana. The Kalahari Desert region forms a huge Okavango Delta with an area of 15,000 square kilometers and a maximum area of 22,000 square kilometers. The Okawango River Basin belongs to the savanna climate. It is divided into dry and wet seasons throughout the year. Due to the influence of the equatorial low-pressure zone around March, the upper reaches into the rainy season, and the strong precipitation makes the river rise rapidly. The flow pours downstream. There is a section of the river that is sandwiched by the ridges on both sides. The flow rate is fast, the impact is strong, and more sediment is carried into the downstream.
The most striking thing about the Okavango Delta is the huge oasis that stretches tens of thousands of miles. The swamp takes 150