- The Lodge Waterhole
A waterhole immediately in front of the camp attracts plenty of animals allowing excellent game viewing.
- Luxury Walk-In Tents
Each of the luxury private tents looks onto the Savuti Channel offering beautiful views.
- Game Concentration
The Savuti Channel has high concentrations of game and is known for its large number of predators.
- Night Drives
Savuti is well known for its excellent night drives.
The Savuti Marsh, fed by the Savuti Channel in the Chobe National Park, Botswana is a famed destination. It has a reputation for being one of the world’s premier predator viewing areas and many award winning documentaries have been shot here.
Camp Savuti overlooks the Savuti marsh area and is a luxury safari travellers dream. There are 5 meru-styled tented rooms, each with elevated balconies and outdoor showers. These large, spacious tents are spread out to ensure total privacy.
- Swimming Pool
Savuti Camp is situated within the private Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, well away from the public. The camp is located along the Savuti Channel, a legendary wildlife region that is best known for its large numbers of predators.
Accommodation at Savuti is in seven large comfortable walk in tents with en-suite facilities. Each tent is raised off the ground on platforms and has its own bathroom with a shower, hand basin and flush toilet. All of the new tented rooms have indoor showers and loos and the tents all provide views of the famous Savuti waterhole. One of the seven tents is a family room, configured using two tents side-by-side, each with its own separate en-suite facilities.
Game concentrations here are high, especially in the winter months. Besides your normal plains game, the area has good concentrations of Roan, Sable and Giraffe. All the predators occur in the area – Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Wild Dog and Hyena. Forty different Lion have already been identified along the Savuti channel around the camp. The Chobe/Linyanti area is renowned for its dense Elephant population and for some of the best Elephant viewing anywhere in Africa in the winter months.