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Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp
Savuti Camp

Savuti Camp: gallery


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Savuti Camp: picture gallery


Savuti Camp overlooks the Savuti Channel - bone dry for decades, it started flowing again in 2008
The camp's thatched chalets are large, cool and raised up on stilts
They are stylishly decorated...
...and the en-suite bathrooms are lovely, with double copper basins...
...and large showers
An en-suite flushing loo is in a separate room
There are comfortable areas for sitting and relaxing - inside...
...and out
Each chalet has views over the water
The camp's small plunge pool is perfect for cooling off in the afternoons
Savuti is famous for it's high density of elephants...
...and you can watch them come to drink at the water's edge from camp
The main lodge is a beautiful thatched structure...
...with a large, comfortable lounge...
...and a dining area in- and outside.
Enjoy a drink or two at Savuti's bar...
...or gather around the fire in the evening, and discuss the day's sightings
There's also a well stocked curios shop selling some great locally produced souvenirs
Activities at Savuti include day and night 4WD game drives...
...and canoe trips are available on the channel with an experienced guide
There is plenty of wildlife here - a healthy hyena population...
...some resident leopard...
...and there is also cheetah, a few lion and of course a variety of plains game too
Not to forget the birdlife...
...all set against some of Northern Botswana's most beautiful backdrops
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Savuti Camp overlooks the Savuti Channel - bone dry for decades, it started flowing again in 2008
Savuti Camp overlooks the Savuti Channel - bone dry for decades, it started flowing again in 2008
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The camp's thatched chalets are large, cool and raised up on stilts
The camp's thatched chalets are large, cool and raised up on stilts
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They are stylishly decorated...
They are stylishly decorated...
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...and the en-suite bathrooms are lovely, with double copper basins...
...and the en-suite bathrooms are lovely, with double copper basins...
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...and large showers
...and large showers
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An en-suite flushing loo is in a separate room
An en-suite flushing loo is in a separate room
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There are comfortable areas for sitting and relaxing - inside...
There are comfortable areas for sitting and relaxing - inside...
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...and out
...and out
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Each chalet has views over the water
Each chalet has views over the water
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The camp's small plunge pool is perfect for cooling off in the afternoons
The camp's small plunge pool is perfect for cooling off in the afternoons
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Savuti is famous for it's high density of elephants...
Savuti is famous for it's high density of elephants...
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...and you can watch them come to drink at the water's edge from camp
...and you can watch them come to drink at the water's edge from camp
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The main lodge is a beautiful thatched structure...
The main lodge is a beautiful thatched structure...
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...with a large, comfortable lounge...
...with a large, comfortable lounge...
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...and a dining area in- and outside.
...and a dining area in- and outside.
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Enjoy a drink or two at Savuti's bar...
Enjoy a drink or two at Savuti's bar...
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...or gather around the fire in the evening, and discuss the day's sightings
...or gather around the fire in the evening, and discuss the day's sightings
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There's also a well stocked curios shop selling some great locally produced souvenirs
There's also a well stocked curios shop selling some great locally produced souvenirs
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Activities at Savuti include day and night 4WD game drives...
Activities at Savuti include day and night 4WD game drives...
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...and canoe trips are available on the channel with an experienced guide
...and canoe trips are available on the channel with an experienced guide
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There is plenty of wildlife here - a healthy hyena population...
There is plenty of wildlife here - a healthy hyena population...
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...some resident leopard...
...some resident leopard...
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...and there is also cheetah, a few lion and of course a variety of plains game too
...and there is also cheetah, a few lion and of course a variety of plains game too
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Not to forget the birdlife...
Not to forget the birdlife...
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...all set against some of Northern Botswana's most beautiful backdrops
...all set against some of Northern Botswana's most beautiful backdrops

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