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.