Nogatsaa and Tchinga, Chobe National Park

#8 of 12 in Parks in North-West District
Nature / Park · Hidden Gem · Wildlife Area
Explore the untouched nature of Nogatsaa and Tchinga, famous for its clay soil--known as black cotton--and its exuberant wildlife. Guided tours wander through high grass landscapes, with lonely dry trees jutting out from the savanna, a smattering of dams, and river banks with red sand gorges and pristine water. Admire herds of elephants, zebras, hippos, giraffes, wildcats, and plenty of colorful birds in their natural habitats. For majestic sunsets and a bird eye’s view, climb the wooden observatories found throughout the park. Put Nogatsaa and Tchinga on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Chobe National Park online vacation maker.
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  • Did a river safari on the way to Nogatssa pans lodge. Enjoyed seeing the animals from the river - able to see more hippos and crockadiles. Loads of elephants, water buffalo and antelopes. Then to.....  more »
  • What an incredible place to visit! Elephants, giraffes, hippos, impalas, baboons and more and more and more! We visited via boat and safari truck...both gave us incredible views of the...  more »

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