Savute Safari Lodge

LodgesSouthern AfricaBotswanaChobeSavute Safari Lodge
Highlights
  • Special Sundowners
    Sip on a refreshing cocktail at the lodge’s bar overlooking one of the many waterholes in the area.
  • View game from the Lodge
    Expansive glass sliding doors and viewing decks are placed throughout the lodge ensuring you don’t miss any game viewing opportunity.
  • Concentration of Wildlife
    Large concentrations of lion, hyena, leopard, cheetah, black-backed jackals and many elephants are in the area.
  • Ancient Rock Art
    Take a trip out to the ancient San Rock Paintings.
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General Information

Desert & Delta operate and manage 8 luxury African lodges and Savute Safari Lodge forms part of their exceptional portfolio. This African lodge sits on the banks of the Savute Channel in the heart of the Chobe National Park, in Botswana.

The Savute channel forms part of a rich ecosystem renowned for its large concentration of elephant and pride of lions. Accommodation at this 4-star lodge is comprised of 11 thatched chalets built from local timber and one family room consisting of two bedrooms. Each chalet is elegantly furnished and spacious, with private decks which overlook the fame Savute Channel.

Amenities
  • Swimming Pool
  • Bar
  • Laundry service
  • Game drives
  • Birding
Location

Savute Safari Lodge, and the Savuti region is situated in the southern stretch of Botswana`s Chobe National Park.

Rooms

Savute Safari Lodge consists of twelve tastefully furnished twin-bedded luxury wood, glass and thatch safari suites, accommodating a maximum of 24 guests. The rooms at Savute Safari Lodge boast a unique design with their spacious interior and large, glass sliding doors. Private viewing decks and en-suite facilities combine luxury and comfort with a classic wilderness experience.

Activities

Activities focus on game drives in open 4×4 safari vehicles in the Savute area, including the Savute Marsh, and a visit to the ancient San rock paintings at Gubatsa Hills. The second biggest summer zebra migration in Africa can be seen at Savute. This starts around November / December when the rains fall through to March / April when they end – this is a sight not to be missed!

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