Savuti Camp is situated in an isolated part of the Linyanti Concession along the Savute Channel in northern Botswana. The site of Savuti Camp is about 17 kilometres 'downstream' from the Zibadianja Lagoon - the source of the Savute Channel. It serves as a corridor and feeding ground in the surrounding woodland for a wide variety of herbivores. With two-thirds of the Channel located in the concession, Savuti Camp's guests have private and exclusive access to the abundant game and the natural and geological changes that are occurring on a daily and seasonal basis.
This intimate camp's en-suite accommodation is in seven large walk-in tents that are raised off the ground and face onto the Savute Channel. From the camp's thatched dining area, a plunge pool and large viewing area with fire pit extend outwards on raised wooden decks, providing a wonderful view of the Savute Channel and its wildlife.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served to each of the camps guests every day.
Explore the Channel and its environs through day and night game drives, nature walks with a guide (on request), and several well-positioned hides for safe, up-close animal viewing. Savuti Camp's famous 'wood-pile hide' at the waterhole in front of camp is now part of the flowing Savute Channel and unfortunately no longer accessible.