Chobe National Park in northwest Botswana is often referred to as the elephant capital of the world. It has the densest elephant concentration in Africa with most estimates putting the number somewhere between 80,000 and 120,000 during the dry season.
Come along for a "Day in Chobe" to marvel at Chobe's signature elephants, and impressive numbers of other game including crocodile, hippo, warthog, giraffe, kudu, puku, buffalo, impala, banded mongoose, and even a rarely sighted leopard.
An avid traveler, I've provided leadership development with a global perspective to leaders from over 35 countries in some of the world’s most dynamic corporations. I'm a native of the North Carolina Mountains in the Southern USA, and agree with Graham Greene that “Life is never going to be quite the same again after your passport is stamped.”