Above, elephants leaving after coming to the river.

Below, elephants arrive at the river to drink. Note how they suddenly step up their pace and create a dust storm in their
excitement to get to the Chobe River.
Below, elephant rubbing his butt against the bank.
Below, several herds of elephants arrive at this bend on the Chobe River at the same time. I counted close to 100 elephants at
this spot. Down the river I could see three more areas with elephants coming to the river.
Below, elephants crossing the Chobe River from Namibia.
More Chobe Elephants
Below, a herd of elephants arrive at the Chobe River.
The view from an airplane
is interesting. There are
elephant trails everywhere,
particularly around the
water holes which are dry
in the picture to the left.