Savuti Camp is a luxurious tented camp, raised up on stilts to overlook the scenic Savuti channel which itself is a bit of an enigma. It flows strongly for many decades only to disappear and then reappear many years later, bringing an abundance of wildlife in its wake. The channel has been flowing since 2008, creating an established, game-rich area in one of Botswana's remote and unspoiled wildlife sanctuaries, Kwando/Linyanti Reserve.

Highlights
  • Savuti Camp is elevated and offers excellent views for miles
  • An abundance of game, especially in the dry season (June to August)
  • Prolific elephant population and many plains animals
  • Small, exclusive camp with seven luxury tent-and-thatch units
  • A family unit is also available
  • Plunge pool on spacious wooden deck
  • Game-viewing hides
  • Boating safaris (seasonal)

Savuti Camp is in Botswana's northern Kwando/Linyanti region: known for its vast, unspoiled vistas and abundant wildlife. Perched on stilts with a spacious and relaxing viewing deck, Savuti offers unsurpassed views over the Savute channel.

Luxury Accommodation

Savuti Camp consists of only seven luxury, fully en-suite thatch-and-canvas tents (one of which is a family unit): all with views out over the Savute from their private viewing decks.

Elegant Main Camp

The main camp has a spacious lounge and dining area, perfect for relaxing. The sprawling, raised viewing deck offers unbeatable views of the Savute channel and surrounding grassy plains. There's a refreshing plunge pool on the deck for hot summer days, and a fire-pit for cosy evenings around the flames.

Excellent Variety for Game Viewing

Elephants abound at Savuti Camp. Besides numerous plains animals, you can expect to see zebra, the shy roan antelope and giraffe and their hunters: lion, leopard and wild dog. You have two game-viewing activities daily, which could be day and night game drives, a bush walk with an experienced ranger or a canoe trip (seasonal) to spot all the animals as they come down to drink at the river.

Getting There

As with most of the remote safari lodges and tented camps, the only way to get to Savuti Camp is by light aircraft. Please speak to us about staying at a few lodges within the group and getting discounted flights.

Our Take on Savuti Camp

As part of the Wilderness Safaris Group, you can expect a wonderful welcome and special, friendly service at Savuti Camp. They are passionate about wildlife conservation and have been providing superb safari experiences for over 30 years.

Includes
  • Luxury accommodation and all meals
  • Twice-daily scheduled game-viewing activities
  • Park fees
  • Laundry
  • All local drinks
Excludes
  • Premium imported brands
  • Champagne
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