Savute Safari Lodge is situated on the dry Savute channel in the heart of the Chobe National Park. The area is famous for its large concentrations of elephant and lion prides. The lodge offers privacy, luxury and magnificent views in an area known to offer incredible game viewing.
The Savuti area is world renowned for offering incredible game viewing. During the dry season, guests can expect to see Savuti's famous resident bull Elephants, antelope and lion prides, as well as black-backed jackal, bat-eared fox, tsessebe, kudu, impala, giraffe and ostrich. During the summer months thousands of zebra and antelope species migrate to the area offering a feast for lion, hyena and cheetah. Buffalo herds arrive and migrant birds increase Savuti's resident population of over 300 species. Activities focus on game drives and will be lead by professional and experienced guides.
Savute Elephant Camp is located in the game rich Savute area of the Chobe National Park. It is a luxurious safari lodge, with all the chalets being air conditioned. As the name suggests, the camps is regularly visited by large elephant herds.
Chobe Game Lodge is one of few safari options located within the borders of the Chobe National Park. It is a large lodge that is very well located on the banks of the Chobe river. It offers game drives and boating safari activities.
Saile Tented Camp is a small walking camp located in the Chobe area of Botswana. The camp offers guests a traditional safari, and is suited to guests wanting to explore the area on foot.
This comfortable 6-night safari visits the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park. Guests will experience the thrill of flying over these breath-taking wilderness areas via light aircraft transfer.
This comfortable 6-night safari explores the desert-like area of the Makgadikagadi and the water wilderness that is the Okavango Delta. Activities include open 4x4 game drives, nature walks, and mokoro rides.
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.
Tucked away in the north eastern corner of Chobe National Park on the Linyanti waterways is Camp Linyanti. Remote, unspoilt, with the lagoons of the Linyanti floodplains before it, and riverine forests with huge trees surrounding it, Camp Linyanti is an undiscovered gem.