I have extraordinary memories of our time in Chobe, Botswana. Chobe National Park is the most diverse park in Botswana, and is bordered by the Chobe River (water = crocs and hippos!). On the far shore is Namibia. We saw so many different kinds of animals, but everyone goes to Chobe for the Elephants. There are around 70,000 of them! On a continent where they are so ruthlessly hunted, Chobe has been a haven for them.