If there is one place in the world where you are guaranteed to see elephants it would be Chobe National Park. Home to the largest concentration of elephants in Africa. I have read different sources claiming anywhere from 50,000 to 120,000 elephants inhabit Chobe National Park. Whatever the actual population may be, you will see them everywhere.
One of the best ways to view wildlife is to take a river cruise on the Chobe River. It is a real bargain, we booked a cruise for less than $50 from our camp and we were off on a great sunset cruise catching site of hippos, crocodiles, elephants and birds.
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