Camp Linyanti is a 90 minute game drive from Saile airstrip located in the Chobe National park. Fed by the flooded Chobe and Kwando rivers, the vast floodplains of Linyanti stretch out to Namibia’s Caprivi Strip, and create a wetland oasis in an otherwise parched landscape. The Linyanti region of the Chobe National Park is a seldom-explored area of this remote wilderness.
The Savuti region covers an area approximately 5000 sq km in the south west of Chobe and became well known with the drying up of the Savuti Channel in the early 1980s. Even more so, it is known as an incredible game viewing paradise.
The pans and pumped water holes become the major attractions during the dry winter months when the natural water supplies dry up. The area is considered one of the continent's last wild and unspoiled wilderness areas. During the rainy summer months many animals migrate to the fertile Savute Marsh.
The Savute Marsh area is well known for its coverage in a number of well-known wildlife documentaries, especially the National Geographic films by Dereck and Beverly Joubert. The landscape consists of rich grasslands, savannah woodland and a large variety of trees and vegetation.
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.
Savute Safari Lodge offers an excellent wildlife experience in the Savute Marsh area of Chobe National Park. Most of the chalets overlook the Savuti Channel where guests are often treated to incredible elephant sightings.
This 12-night luxury safari offers guests the opportunity to explore the best of Botswana & includes the vast Central Kalahari, the world renowned Okavango Delta, the beautiful Linyanti Reserve & the Namibian Caprivi strip.
This luxurious safari visits a mixed water and land camp in the Okavango Delta and the true wilderness area of the Selinda Concession. Activities include mokoro rides, boating, game drives and bush walks.
This luxury safari visits two camps renowned for their excellent predator sightings. The focus will be on game drives & night drives with optional bush walks. Guests will be accompanied by expert guides who will create a better understanding of the African bush.
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.
Savuti Ghoha Camp is perched on the Ghoha Hills, overlooking the vast expanse of the Savuti area of Chobe National Park. The elevated position of the camp offers breathtaking views, surely some of the very best in Botswana.