Why The Savuti?
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The Savuti

The Savuti


What We Love
  1. Remote area of Chobe National Park
  2. Excellent predator sightings
  3. Flowing Savute Channel - a wildlife paradise
  4. Large herds of elephants at permanent waterholes
  5. Great game viewing year-round
  6. Spectacular bird watching in summer

Why The Savuti?

The Savuti (also spelt Savute) is a remote, wildlife-packed region of Chobe National Park.

Experience Usually accessed by air, Savuti consists of open woodlands that provide a habitat for large antelope & buffalo herds, preyed on by big cats & wild dogs, while the reserve’s permanent waterholes ensure that elephants remain the Savuti all year.

What makes the Savute so rewarding, is the clear waters of the Savute Channel, now flowing for the first time in 30 years. Its banks are teeming with wildlife & birds – so wildlife viewing is excellent throughout the year.

Activities The focus at Savuti is on open 4x4 game drives – the best way to get close-up encounters with Africa’s wildlife. Guests can experience both morning & afternoon game drives led by expert local guides.

This game-rich area of the Chobe National Park offers excellent predator sightings, including big lion prides as well as leopard, cheetah & hyena.

When To Travel The best time to visit the Savuti region is from July to October, during the dry winter season when temperatures are moderate & wildlife viewing is exceptional.

During the shoulder season, April to May & November, game viewing is also good & rates are lower than in high season.

The wet, green season is from December to March. Bird watching is at its best & rates are extremely competitive.

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