The Chobe Riverfront (also known as the Serondela area) is renowned for high concentrations of wildlife which roam lush floodplains and dense mahogany and teak woodlands. Large breeding herds of elephants converge to drink from the Chobe River during the dry winter months, along with great numbers of giraffe, sable and buffalo. More than 460 bird species have been recorded here, including the Pel’s fishing owl, carmine bee-eaters, fish eagles, storks, herons and all manner of kingfishers.
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