Savuti is a remote section of Chobe National Park that is renowned for its wildlife and high drama, with a number of famous films including Eternal Enemies: Lions and Hyenas made in the area. Lions are plentiful and are in constant competition with huge spotted hyena clans. African wild dog and cheetah often move through the area as well. In 2010 for the first time in 28 years the channel once again flows through Savuti to the Savute Marsh creating a particularly rich oasis for wildlife in this otherwise dry area.
Sitting on the banks of Botswana’s fabled Stolen River, you will find Camp Savuti in a setting of singular beauty. With the Savuti channel again flowing you can witness the rebound of this dynamic eco system renowned for its large concentration of elephant and lion and their troubled relationship.
Camp Savuti is a brand new camp just opening in 2011. It is a small and intimate camp accommodating a maximum of 10 guests in comfort and style, creating a new type of “luxury camping” in a public park area. To further enhance the experience the tents have been placed to ensure privacy.
At Camp Savuti 5 meru tents have been placed on platforms overlooking the Savuti Channel. The tents are large and spacious with en-suite facilities. The guest area consists of an intimate lounge, bar and dinning area overlooking the Savuti Channel. Game drives unlock the wonders of nature that abound in the Savuti area.
- Intimate camp