Full Day Chobe Trip from Livingstone, Zambia

Full Day Chobe Trip from Livingstone, Zambia. Enjoy game viewing in this iconic park.

Chobe Game Drive

Chobe National Park is approximately two hours from Livingstone. Your transfer is by road and boat across the Zambezi River, as you are crossing into Botswana you will need your passport. Your safari begins with a river game viewing cruise on the Chobe River with soft drinks and water provided while the boat takes you close up to the wildlife and waterfowl along the river.

The cruise ends at around 12h30 and you are taken to one of the riverbank hotels for lunch. After lunch, spend the afternoon on 4×4 safari vehicles game viewing in the Chobe National Park, an opportunity to see the abundance and variety of wildlife that Chobe is renowned for. Return to the border post at approx 17h00 and from there transfer back to your hotel to arrive at around 18h00.

Duration:  11 hours

Departures: between 07h10 and 07h30

Minimum: 1

Maximum: 9 per vehicle

Age Restrictions: Children 2-11 years are half price, over 12 pay full price. We accept children under 2 years but on a private trip basis.

Minimum age: N.A

Maximum age:  N.A

Language: English (French, German, Italian & Spanish available on private tours, at supplement cost – subject to availability)

Transfers: Included

Please note: the order of the activities are subject to change without prior notice.

Price per person:

Full Day Chobe Day Trip from Zambia US$200.00

Chobe Day Trip Tour Leader US$55.00

The timings, on average, will work as follows:
Livingstone to the Ferry border: approx 45mins
Border crossing (including immigrations): approx 20-30mins
Ferry Border to Riverfront hotels (we always stop here for a bathroom break): approx 15mins
Riverfront hotels to Chobe National Park: approx 10-15mins.

Boats & Vehicles

  • The Vehicles take a maximum of 9 passengers each
  • 2 x Skimmers that take a maximum of 14 passengers each
  • 2 speedboats that take 10 and 14 passengers respectively
  • 2 larger boats 35 seats and 50 seats
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