Savute under Canvas
Savute under Canvas is an exclusive semi permanent camp and offers a traditional and rustic safari in the Savute Marsh area of the Chobe National Park. The area is well known for its high density of predators and elephant.
Savute under Canvas Introduction
Located in the Savute region in central Chobe National Park. Savute is famous for the annual Zebra migration. Savute also supports the greatest concentration of lion. Exclusive location offering luxury and privacy in the bush. Expert guides will accompany guests on game viewing activities.
- Exclusive camp sites located in the game rich Savute in Chobe National Park
- The area is famous for incredible elephant and predator viewing
- Small, intimate camp offering a personalized safari experience
Savute Tented Safari Camp Game Viewing and Activities
Savute Tented Safari Camp introduces guests to the natural wilderness highlights of Savute, a famous corner of Chobe National Park. The park is bordered by the Chobe River in the north and buffered on all sides by forest reserves and wildlife management areas which allows for the free movement of game. Chobe National Park is one of the top wilderness reserves in the world. During the rainy season, Savute hosts the annual zebra migration which peaks in January and February. Zebra and wildebeest congregate in vast numbers to graze on the sweeter grasses brought on by the rains. It is not uncommon to spot leopard, cheetah and African wild dog. Savute is also home to the greatest concentration of lion. The almost desert-like Savute landscape is strikingly different from the lush Chobe riverfront. The stark dead trees found in the dry Savute channel adds to an almost desert-like feeling that has animals escaping the heat by grouping together in the limited available shade.
The Chobe Princess is an up-market luxury houseboat berthed on the Chobe River right by the entrance to the Chobe National Park, offering a unique safari experience! Cruise gently down the Chobe River, relaxing on board while you watch the wildlife congregate on the banks of the river.