A fantastic game viewing experience is to be had from the traditionally thatched excellence of Savute Safari Lodge. Set on the banks of the Stolen River the camp has become a new part of this curious channels history. Taking its name from its unexplained tendency to disappear for decades at a time, the river is currently flowing although for how long it shall remain is unknown.
The river forms part of the Savute Channel, which lies only 50 metres from the property. There's plenty of opportunity for relaxing and taking in the scenery, with viewing decks and glass doors providing ample excuse to admire the lush bush of the surrounds. The 12 timber and thatch chalets are comfortably furnished, with spacious interiors featuring a conjoined bedroom and lounge and an en-suite bathroom.
Activities from the lodge are excellent with exciting 4x4 game drives to the surrounding area. Visit the wildlife rich Savute Marsh or take to the Gubatsa Hills to see ancient San rock art. In-between activities enjoy al fresco dining, lounging in the pool or just taking it easy with some casual game viewing from the viewing deck.
How to get to Savute Safari Lodge
A flight from Maun or Kasane into Savute Airstrip followed by a transfer to the lodge.
Activities at Savute Safari Lodge
Exciting 4x4 game drives and visits to a San rock art site.