All Siybona safari tours into Chobe include return flights from Johannesburg. Depending on where your journey starts you may put down at Maun on the Okavango Delta, or Livingstone Airport in Zambia for the short road transfer to Kasane.
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The Chobe National Park can be accessed from all sides, and all the neighbouring countries, by a normal sedan vehicle. However a four wheel drive vehicle is firmly recommended for negotiating the roads in the park, with the exception of the main road to Namibia which is a tarmac road.
From Zambia, Chobe and Kasane can be accessed via the Kazungula Ferry, a short trip of less than ten kilometres.
But dont be fooled. It is also a slow trip as a result of the many heavy trucks lining the road for kilometres on both sides of the border.
From Zimbabwe the parks can be reached via a well serviced tarmac road - Victoria Falls is a 70 km drive away. For this reason days trips can be organised into Chobe from Victoria Falls or vice versa.
If you want to travel by road, the tarred road that links Maun to Chobe is the 600 km stretch of Trans-kalahri Highway, across the vast flatlands of the Makgadikadi and the wildlife-rich regions bordering the Chobe National Park.
Make sure you are gassed up, and have a spare jerry can of petrol, an extra spare tyre and enough water to drink.
Be aware of the possibility of animals on the road.
Do not drive at night. Nocturnal animals are about. You may not live to regret it