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Location:Chobe National Park, Botswana

Chobe National Park

Savute Elephant Camp

If the Savuti Channel is one of the finest game-viewing areas in Botswana, and Botswana is one of the finest game viewing countries in Africa, then Savute Elephant Camp is the finest luxury safari lodge in the finest game-viewing area in Africa.

Where the rest of northern Botswana is a lush land of bounty, the Savuti Channel dried up many years ago, though it's showing signs of returning, and the Savuti area is now an open area of woodland savannah and the scene of some fierce competition and a spectacle of nature's survival-of-the-fittest show.

The Savute Elephant Camp is as luxurious as its setting is wild. Overlooking the Savuti Channel in front of a waterhole, the wildlife spectacle unfolds at your feet. The 12 luxury safari tents have thatched roofs and large wooden decks with hammocks and Morris chairs overlooking the waterhole; double en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, mini bars and giant beds make your suite a comfortable and inviting Chobe Safari HQ.

The large living area at Savute Elephant Camp, under shade of thatch, looks out over the channel offering cool daytime dining and lounging; an outdoor deck offers wonderful al fresco dinners and refreshing swimming all in view of the wildlife and birdlife action below. Game viewing in this wild area is restricted to game drives, though you may not need to leave the luxury of your safari lodge.

Facilities

12 twin-bedded luxury safari tents; en suite bathrooms with outdoor and indoor showers; twin vanities; hot running water; private deck with ceiling fan, hammocks and chairs; air conditioning; heating; mini bar; hair dryer; safe; intercom and electricity; dining and lounge area with fireplace; game viewing deck; open-air dining area; library; swimming pool

Activities

Game viewing from the lodge overlooking the Savute Channel; guided game drives; birdwatching; stargazing; reference library with internet and TV lounge

Similar Properties in Chobe National Park

Chobe Game Lodge

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Chobe Savanna Lodge

Chobe Savanna Lodge is an intimate luxury safari lodge with all its attention on the Chobe River on the edge of the Chobe National Park

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