CARACAL Biodiversity Center, Chobe National Park

#5 of 12 in Parks in North-West District
Nature / Park · Wildlife Area
Get up close with some of the country's less-familiar, rare, and infringed-upon animals at CARACAL Biodiversity Center. With an emphasis on the conservation of the animal life and education of the visitors, the reserve hosts injured, orphaned, and Those that are more injured and would not be able to survive on their own serve as the ambassadors of the estate. See Botswana's largest collection of endemic snakes, bush babies, and raptors, among many other animals. See CARACAL Biodiversity Center and all Chobe National Park has to offer by arranging your trip with our Chobe National Park online visit planner.
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  • They do great rehabilitating injured animals. Some are long term residence, like Badgy the playful honey badger. This is probably the only place in the world you can play and pet one of these usually....  more »
  • We took the guided tour from Isaac, who was great and gave us lots of information about the various animals currently being looked after. The highlight is of course the friendly honey badger, Badgy...  more »

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