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  • 24 May, 2024

How much is the entrance fee for Chobe National Park?

How much is the entrance fee for Chobe National Park?

Plan your visit to Chobe National Park with ease. Find out the latest entrance fees and charges here, and prepare for an unforgettable wildlife experience in Botswana.

The entrance fees for Chobe National Park in Botswana vary depending on your nationality, the length of your stay, and whether you are entering the park in a private vehicle or on a guided tour. The entrance fees are as follows:

1. International visitors: The entrance fee for international visitors was BWP 190 (Botswana Pula) per person per day for adults and BWP 120 per person per day for children under 12 years old.

2. SADC (Southern African Development Community) visitors: The entrance fee for SADC visitors (including Botswana residents) was BWP 120 per person per day for adults and BWP 60 per person per day for children under 16 years old.

3. Private vehicles: If you are entering the park in a private vehicle, you will also need to pay a vehicle fee of BWP 100 per day for a sedan or BWP 190 per day for a 4x4 vehicle.

4. Guided tours: If you are entering the park on a guided tour, the entrance fee may be included in the tour price. It's best to check with your tour operator to confirm.

It's important to note that these fees are subject to change, so it's a good idea to check the current rates before your visit. Additionally, some lodges and campsites in Chobe National Park may also charge additional fees for park access, so it's best to confirm this with your accommodation provider.