Visit Camp Savuti to experience the thrill of getting close to top predators and to watch them in their natural habitat from the comfort of an open-air 4×4 vehicle, guided by knowledgeable rangers. Here, one can witness the mass migration of zebra, a wildlife movement second only to the Great Migration of East Africa.
The Savuti is a region within the heart of the Chobe National Park that is secretly located away from the peak season crowds at the Chobe riverfront. It is the remote home ground of Camp Savuti, positioned on the banks of the Savuti Channel and close to the famous Savuti Marsh.
Traveling to the camp involves a light air transfer from Maun or Kasane (depending on guests’ itinerary) to the Savuti airstrip in Chobe National Park. It is an approximately 40-minute flight from either of the towns and the view from the aircraft plane over the beautiful Chobe becomes a part of the experience.
Upon arrival at the Savuti airstrip, guests will be met by a representative from Camp Savuti and driven on the last 20-40 minute journey to the camp. This road transfer could be considered more of a game drive, as it traverses through the Chobe National Park and there is a likely chance of spotting any number of animals before even arriving at camp
On The Savuti Channel, Chobe National Park, Botswana