Found along the Savute Channel and only 17 kilometres from the lagoon that is the Channel's source, Savuti Camp is well situated in the Linyanti region of Botswana. The Channel was for many years dried up and was filled with grassland but the Channel is once more filled with water and is a huge attraction to surrounding wildlife.
Overlooking a grassy plain which is constantly frequented by game, guests can enjoy excellent wildlife watching from the comfort of camp and the spacious main area. Guests can expect a large dining room and two charming lounges. There is also a bar and a camp fire, where guests can share the stories of the day. Right on the water's edge there is an inviting pool, ideal for relaxing in-between activities.
There are 7 tents in total, 6 of which contain twin beds and one of which is a family tent and provides two inter-leading en-suite bedrooms. The tents are elevated on platforms, providing excellent views of the surrounding area from a small viewing deck. Beds are comfortable and rooms spacious, with subtle charm found in the blending of the tents canvas walls and quaint thatch roofs. To explore the area game drives and nature walks are on offer.
Savuti is a 45 minute flight from Maun and a 45 minute flight from Kasane. The camp is a 35 minute drive from the airstrip.
Activities at Savuti Camp include day and night game drives, boat excursions, mokoro excursions, catch-and-release fishing, birding, game walks and game viewing at the hides.
Read what our previous clients thought of Savuti Camp
This is a well positioned camp with the main areas overlooking the river. The staff are friendly and helpful and the rooms very clean, large and comfortable. The food was good, although meal times were a bit different to other camps we had been in, light breakfast before morning drives them brunch when you arrived back, followed by afternoon tea prior to the afternoon drive. This did…
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