The Zambezi River
The Zambezi River is the fourth largest river system in Africa. Beginning its journey as an insignificant little spring in the northwest corner of Zambia it runs for a length of 2700km through six countries before finally completing its fascinating journey in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. For more than 130km this river forms the border between Namibia and Zambia.
The Chobe River
Forming the southern border between the Eastern Caprivi and Botswana, the Chobe River meanders eastwards through the Chobe National Park to meet up with the Zambezi River at Kazangula.