We offer you the experience of a lifetime by making Savuti camps and lodges in the Savuti region of Chobe National Park more accessible than ever.
You will find this Namibian wilderness towards the southern part of the Chobe Park. The Savuti region is filled with history and the signs of the San people that can be seen on the granite hills.
The principal attraction is the mysterious Savuti channel. It is mostly dry but started flowing in recent years. This channel opens into the Savuti marsh. It is a mini-delta or swampland within the arid Savuti region. There are resident and migrating elephants in the Savuti region. You can stay at Savuti camps and lodges on all sides of the Savuti channel.
This wooded area is known for mopane trees, silver leaf Terminalia, paperbark acacia, and camel thorn trees. There are three remaining water holes, and the channel still receives water from the Linyanti.
The Savuti region's flora is very similar to Kalahari vegetation. There are many sandy, two-track roads. In the south of the Savuti camp, you will start seeing granite intrusions in the form of Gubatsaa Hills and Ghoha Hills. These are known to be the home of the San rock art galleries.
Savuti forms the border between Chobe, Linyanti, and Moremi. These all lead to the Okavango Delta. Over the year Savuti has become known for the tremendous lion pride hunting elephants at the watering holes. It is not uncommon to have wild dogs, lions, leopard, Hyena and elephant roaming through the Savuti campsite.
We recommend staying a minimum of 2 nights when visiting any of the Savuti camps or lodges. It takes 6 - 8 hours from any direction to reach the area. Select your accommodation and stay at least 2-3 days exploring this wilderness. There is an airstrip, and all fly-in safaris can reach the area.