Savuti Camp is situated in Savute, an area where rain is rare, water is precious; this is one of the last corners of the planet governed by nature. Perched on the former banks of the now dry Savute Channel, the camp offers a spectacular bird's eye view of elephant in their natural habitat and, with an adjacent water hole just metres away from the camp's main building, the impressions created at Savute will last forever.
The Savute is an area in which to see high concentrations of elephant and lion. Lion prides up to forty strong are not uncommon as are sighting of all the other major predators; the endangered wild dog, leopard, cheetah and hyena. Savute is also renowned for its excellent birding during the summer months (December to March), as well as being home to some very rare rock paintings drawn by the early San Bushmen, who once inhabited the region.
Accommodation is in twelve elegantly appointed air-conditioned tents each with en suite facilities, a minibar and a veranda.
As the camp is situated in the Chobe National Park, park regulations prohibit night drives and walking. Game viewing activities are therefore offered in the morning and late afternoons in open safari vehicles. The camp overlooks the adjacent water hole so it is not uncommon to see a wide variety of birds and animals from the privacy of one's own tent. Savute also offers a traditional alfresco dining experience in a boma while being entertained by members of staff.