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To the northeast of the Okavango Delta is Chobe National Park and the private Kwando, Selinda and Linyanti Game Reserves. These areas are renowned for their predators and large concentrations of game, particularly elephant. There are many varied habitats within the Chobe and Linyanti: marshes, waterways, riverine forests, dry woodlands and the world famous Savuti Channel. The Savuti Channel is a waterway that connects the Linyanti River from Zibadianja Lagoon, with the interior of the Chobe National Park at the Savuti Marsh. The Savuti has only ever flowed intermittently and dried up for the last time in 1980. Today the Savuti Channel is an open grassland and home to a variety of different animals.
The Linyanti, Selinda and Kwando are vast private reserves on Chobe's Western boundary. This area is very different from the Okavango and should be included in every Botswana itinerary so that travellers have a more varied and balanced experience of the country.