From Victoria Falls is possible to visit the nearby Botswana. Specifically Chobe National Park.  Gazelles next to the Chobe River.  The Chobe River actually flows, or at least appear to flow, both ways. In the dry season it flows into the Zambezi River, but when the Zambezi River is in full flow it “pushes” the Chobe back up stream. Chobe is most often associated with its elephant population as this has the largest elephant population in the world. However, this is not what we mainly saw on our safaris here, although we saw a few. The setting around the river is very beautiful with buffalos, antelopes and gazelles eating at the river banks, which are either sandy or covered with grass. When arriving to Chobe the first thing we did was to get out on the Chobe River for an afternoon/evening safari. After being on safaris in Kenya and Tanzania I felt quite spoilt, however the safari from a river boat was completely different and a very nice experience and exposed wild life in another type of setting. The Chobe River and briefly forms the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia and at the confluence of the Chobe River and the Zambezi Rivers four countries meet, one of the few places in the world which this happens. Zambia, Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe all meet there.