Author: P. B. Eleazer

Why Chobe?

I have been an avid amateur photographer for about 8 years.  Most of what I have shot have been landscapes of the United States and Europe.  for an even longer time, I have loved wildlife.  As a boy, I grew…

About Chobe National Park

from the Botswana Tourism Board: The Chobe National Park, which is the second largest national park in Botswana and covers 10,566 square kilometres, has one of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent. Its uniqueness in the…

Sunset Elephants of Chobe

One thing for sure, if you go to Chobe, you will have a great chance to photograph elephants.  The park is known to be home for over 50,000 elephants.  Some sources place the number at over 60,000.  When the numbers…

Excellent Crocodile Viewing

It is possible to rent a guided boat tour of the river. These pictures of Crocodiles feeding on a dead Cape Buffalo were taken in Chobe National Park in Boswana. Crocodiles can grow over 4 meters long. They have been…