Project Description

Camp Savuti is located in the heart of the Chobe National Park, on the Savuti Channel. The Savuti Marsh, fed by the Savuti Channel, has developed a reputation over the years as one of the world’s premier predator viewing areas, boasting one of the highest concentrations of wildlife on the African continent. A number of award-winning documentary films shot in Savuti have cemented its reputation. The Channel, dry since 1982, started flowing again in 2010. It is now once again flooding the Marsh, an area of sweet grasses that attracts herbivores of every description and, this being Africa, their attendant predators. Savuti is famed for its large lion prides that are known for hunting elephant. Visitors also enjoy frequent sightings of the endangered African wild dog.

The activities on offer are morning and afternoon game drives through the park and along the fringes of the Channel and Marsh. The game-viewing vehicles are open to facilitate game-watching and photography, and your guide will delight in showing you the beauty and diversity of Savuti’s natural wonders. This area offers superb game and birding-viewing in the open areas of Savuti within Chobe National Park.

Camp Savuti is a 20-40 minute game drive from the Savuti Airstrip in Chobe National Park. It is a small, intimate camp of 5 Meru tents accommodating a maximum of 10 guests in comfort and style. The tents have been positioned to ensure privacy and a modest level of exclusivity throughout the camp. Each tent sits on a platform, with views over the Savuti Channel. The tents are large and spacious with en-suite facilities and views from your deck. In the guest areas, there is a comfortable and intimate lounge, bar and dining area, all overlooking the Savuti Channel. The power at Camp Savuti is generated by solar panels, and where possible the water is heated by solar power as well.

Game drives


  • Savuti Channel, Botswana
  • 5 spacious Meru tents with en-suite facilities and views from the private deck
  • All tents ensure privacy and exclusivity
  • Savuti Channel was dry from 1982 on and started flowing again in 2010
  • TSS Tip: Enjoy the majestic Savuti and its Marsh- an oasis in the desert



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