Nogatsaa and Tchinga, Chobe National Park

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Nogatsaa and Tchinga in the Chobe National Park are probably the most under-utilised and exciting game areas in the Chobe National Park. Just seventy kilometres south of Serondela, comprising a cluster of clay-bottomed pans that hold water well into winter. They are surrounded by a mixture of open grassland, mopane forest and mixed deciduous forests which attract a variety of animal life. This area has not yet been developed. The Ngwezumba River has its otigins in this region and by the time it reaches the old dam wall, it has carved a deep gorge for itself. The river is non-perennial and flows only after exeptionally heavy rainfall.