Location of Ghoha Hills, Savuti, Chobe National Park

Northern Botswana cradles the Chobe National Park which houses the highest concentrations of African wildlife on the continent.

Ghoha Hills Savuti lodge enjoys a Highveld climate with showers in summer and chilly but dry winters. The location knits the two diversities of Africa together – infinite desert-like plains and bodies of natural hydration.

Previous volcanic activity has resulted in a horizon that is obstructed by hills. In addition to the dry, rocky landscape, contrasting grassland complements the area.

Resting on the eastern side of the Ghoha hills, the lodge has a private road that links it to the Savuti Channel, where game drives take place. The Savuti Marsh -once drought-stricken- has recovered and been livened with an abundance of wildlife.

Getting there from Botswana or Zimbabwe would require either a short flight and land transfer or a self-drive road trip.

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