Caption: Elephants wading and splashing in the Chobe River to
cool down during the heat of the day, Chobe National Park, Botswana.
© Scotch Macaskill.
Camera: Picture taken with a Canon EOS film camera
and Canon EOS 80-200mm F2.8 lens.
Location: Chobe National Park, the second largest
park in Botswana, covers 10,566 square km. It extends from the Linyanti
and Chobe rivers in the north, down to Moremi Game Reserve in the
This massive park has one of the greatest concentrations of game
on the African continent, including what is regarded as the world's
largest surviving elephant population.
A highlight of any safari to Chobe is definitely a sunset cruise
down the Chobe River, watching huge herds of elephants and other
game congregate along the water's edge as the setting sun bathes
the river and surrounding bush in a luminous, golden glow.
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