Savute Elephant Camp is located on the banks of the Savute Channel in Chobe National Park, which is in the rugged, semi-arid wilderness region of far northern Botswana. It is a luxurious tented camp in true African style. The area is known for its exciting game viewing and birding. This area also presents you with the rare opportunity to view rock paintings drawn by the early Bushmen, who once inhabited the region.
Chobe National Park is in the north of Botswana and includes the lush flood plains of the Linyanti and Chobe rivers, which provide a wide variety of habitats for huge herds of Elephant, Buffalo and Zebra.
Savute personifies the eternal contrast of Africa. Where the other two camps celebrate water and lush vegetation, Savute is an objective lesson in aridity. Rain in this dry place is rare and water is precious. Situated on the mysterious Savute Channel, which is an eccentric waterway that fluctuates between being bone-dry or flooding, the whole ethos of Savute Elephant Camp is better understood with its inhabitants and environment.
Located on the Savute Channel in Chobe National Park, which is in the rugged, semi-arid wilderness region of far northern Botswana. Savute Elephant Camp is a luxurious tented camp in true African style. Spacious en-suite facilities have a 'his and hers vanity unit' and a dressing room area. Comfortable accommodation is in 12 luxurious twin bedded tents with private timber decks. In the early morning and afternoon, on your 4x4 drive safari vehicle come close and personal - within close viewing range, with impassively grazing African herds of Impala, Tsessebe, Giraffe and Zebra as well as within close focus range of the powerful predators.
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