REVEALING THE SECRETS OF
THE SAVUTI MARSH.
Camp Savuti has become famous for its exceptional game viewing opportunities, in particular it is famed for lions that prey and hunt on elephants, which are found in abundance in the area. Award-winning documentaries have been shot in the Savuti area, cementing its reputation as a prime wildlife destination.
The Savuti channel was a dry channel that began flowing again in 2010. Minor earth tremors caused the unblocking of the Savuti channel which is linked to the Linyanti river system. Camp Savuti overlooks the dense Savuti marsh area and all 5 of the Merustyle tented rooms have elevated balconies taking advantage of these views. The large, spacious tents are located in such a way that they enjoy privacy and exclusivity. For the adventurous, there are outdoor showers where you can cleanse while enjoy the tranquillity of the African bush. Guests can enjoy a range of activities from game drives through the Chobe National Park and exploring the fringes of the channel and the marsh. The area is diverse and guests will delight in the superb game viewing on offer. From photography to bird watching and predator sightings, Camp Savuti is the authentic safari gem of the Chobe region.
The Chobe National Park is made up of a diverse habitat comprising sandy areas with small shrubs in the northern reaches of the Kalahari, vast floodplains, swamps, woodlands and the mighty perennial Chobe River. With such a range of habitats, it is no surprise that the area attracts a plethora of wildlife. Chobe is known as the land of giants because it has one the largest population of elephants in the world. Coupled with this, lion prides and buffalo can be found in abundance. The constantly appearing and disappearing Savuti channel is a mysterious geographical phenomenon that has created area world-renown for prime game viewing. The Savuti and Linyanti area attracts migrating herds of zebra and plenty of predator activity. Guests can expect to see a variety of wildlife, including elephant, buffalo, zebra, and predators. Sable, the brown hyena and African Wild Dog are just a few of the rare animals to look out for while on safari in the Chobe region.
CAMP FACILITIES & ACTIVITIES
Botswana Safari Company recommends Camp Savuti as it epitomises the Botswana safari experience. From the abundant game viewing to the authentic, tented accommodation.
CAMP SAVUTI CAMP RATES
Low Season - December 2019 to March 2020 - $520.00
Shoulder Season - April to June and November 2020 - $610.00
High Season - July to October 2020 - $725.00
Fully inclusive - Per person sharing per night