Chobe Bream - Botswana Aquaculture

Chobe Bream is an African aquaculture project situated on the banks of the Chobe River between Kazangula and Kasane in Botswana. The project produces the indigenous Oreochromis Andersonii with a production capacity of 35 000 fish per month.

Aquaculture or fish farming has become one of the fastest growing sectors of the food industries worldwide. Global demand for food, specifically protein, is rising rapidly and this project seeks to supply this demand through an intensive recirculating system allowing for reduced water use and energy consumption. The system also better control on environmental factors such as water quality, water temperature, waste disposal.


We sell the best quality Tilapia gutted and scaled at a weight of approximately 350g (‘pan size’) Packaging consists of:

  • Vacuum packed bags – single or up to 4 fish

  • Bulk packed in boxes of 15 kg

  • Sealed plastic bags of 1 kg and 2 kg ready for retail market

Tours of the fish farm

Chobe Bream is open to the public and guided tours of the farm provide a fascinating alternative to game activities in the adjacent Chobe National Park. Come and see how we go from spawning the eggs all the way to harvest and packaging and all the steps in-between.

Tours are conducted from 7 am to 5 pm Monday to Friday and 7 am to 1 pm on Saturday.