Chobe National Park, Botswana
Savuti Camp is located in the private Linyanti Reserve in Chobe National Park, Botswana. This luxury safari camp lies alongside the Savute Channel, it is renowned for its elephant population and an abundance of wildlife. It is the sister camp of DumaTau.
Rebuilt in 2007, Savuti Camp combines traditional African décor and modern comforts. Offering warm hospitality, superb cuisine and unrivalled game viewing, it will appeal to those seeking an intimate and unforgettable wilderness safari adventure in an enchanting setting.
The eco-camp provides seven spacious and elegantly appointed walk-in tents situated on the edge of the channel. These uniquely designed tents are raised off the ground to make the most of the views and each one features a verandah, ideal for relaxing on as you watch animals grazing at the waterhole.
Experience thrilling game drives by day or night; explore the channel by boat; go fishing; or simply relax in the camp as you enjoy the magnificent views.
Lightfoot Travel provides tailor-made itineraries that include daily tours and excursions, restaurant recommendations and bookings, and can incorporate Chobe National Park into a greater Botswana holiday. Take a look at From Beach to Safari as an example of a bespoke itinerary that we can create for you.
Savuti Camp Information
- Location and getting there:
The camp is located in the heart of the Chobe National Park on the Savute Channel in Botswana. It is accessed by light aircraft to the Savuti airstrip and is 40 minutes from Kasane International Airport.
There are seven river-facing canvas tents including one family tent. Each tents is raised to maximize wildlife viewing opportunities and features a canopy bed, en suite bathroom, outdoor shower and safari-chic décor with traditional African accents
Dining area and bar
Boma for outdoor dining
The primary focus at Savuti Camp is 4x4 game drives including night drives. Other activities include boat cruises, fishing and nature walks. For those wanting a unique experience, spending the night in the Savuti hide is a must.
Children aged six or over are welcome at the camp and there is a family tent. However, families with children under 12 must hire a private vehicle. Parent supervision is required at all times as the camp is unfenced and there are high walkways.