Chobe Forest Reserve is an enclave largely surrounded by the Chobe National Park. To the northwest of it are seasonal marshes, Lake Liambezi and eventually Namibia.
The Chobe Forest Reserve and the area to the north of it, concessions known as CH/1 and CH/2, are areas designated for community-managed livestock and hunting. The carefully managed hunting of this is currently administered by a company, Rann Safaris, which has a few small hunting camps here. Amongst a number of high-profile guests, it's alleged they were recently visited by Norman Swartzkop – the US general better known as 'Stormin' Norman'.
The 'hunting' aspect of this should not deter photographic guests from visiting, as the reserve contains good populations of wildlife that are managed sustainably by the community and Rann Safaris.
Many visitors simply pass through this reserve en route between Kasane and Savuti. See the route described above Driving from Kasane to Savuti: Western Route – via the Riverfront for more details of the drive through the area.