Savuti Camp: Information from the owner
All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.
|No. of rooms||7|
Main description of Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp: Facilities
|Room facilities||Balcony / Deck, En-Suite, Safe|
|Available services||Credit Card|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Boating, Game Walks, Mokoro Excursion, Catch-and-release Fishing, Game Viewing Hide|
Room types at Savuti Camp
There is one family tent with two inter-leading bedrooms each with its own bathroom and entrance.
There are six twin bedded tents. The twin beds can be pulled together to make a double bed. There is one guide/pilot tent which is smaller than a standard tent.
Activities at Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp - Birding
With the Linyanti Concession being an internationally recognised Important Bird Area (IBA), birding is understandably outstanding at Savuti Camp, from slaty egret in the water to kori bustard in the dry areas.
Savuti Camp - Game Drives
Morning and afternoon game drives reveal the rich wildlife of the area where predators and elephant are often the highlight. Plains game and the diverse birdlife also offer fantastic sightings. The open 4x4 Land Rovers each accommodating a maximum of seven people, allowing each guest a ‘window’ seat.
Savuti Camp - Hide and Star Bed
The Savuti hide is an elevated platform from which to view and photograph animals and birds. Sleep-outs are also possible here, as it is equipped with bed rolls, mosquito nets and a long-drop toilet to become a star bed.
Savuti Camp - Nature Walks
On request and subject to the availability of a qualified walking guide, nature walks with skilled, armed guides are wonderful ways of getting close to nature and observing the smaller details you miss when travelling by vehicle.
Savuti Camp - Night Drives
Night drives with spotlights allow you to find those nocturnal animals you wouldn’t see during the day. These often include the lesser bushbaby, spring hare, aardwolf, serval, large spotted genet and, if you are extremely lucky, the elusive pangolin!