Savute Safari Lodge has a superb location on the banks of the Savute Channel, in the southern reaches of the Chobe National Park. This is a traditional lodge offering a fantastic safari experience. Smart but unpretentious and extremely comfortable, the lodge has a friendly atmosphere and ideal location for exploring the Savute Marshes. A steady flow of animals visiting the waterhole below the lodge allows you to enjoy an exciting sofa safari from the lodge.
Savute Safari Lodge has eleven rooms and one family room, each very spacious and well-appointed on elevated wooden platforms with a private deck. The rooms are tastefully decorated with neutral tones and have plenty of thoughtful details to ensure a very comfortable stay.
The main area at Savute Safari Lodge steals the show, with excellent views of the waterhole and channel to be enjoyed from a number of cleverly designed areas, depending on whether you wish to hide away quietly tucked up in an arm chair, from a stool on the viewing hide or from the dining table as you enjoy your meals. It is the friendly focal point day and night.
The Savute Channel is famously unpredictable, mysteriously flowing and then drying up seemingly without any connection to the rains or flood levels in the surrounding areas. The game viewing on the other hand, has always been exciting. This is home to ferocious prides of lion who hunt elephant and hippo and leopard who fish in the muddy waters of the channel.
The game viewing is varied and interesting- all enjoying from savute Safari Lodge with morning and afternoon game drives. The ancient San rock paintings can also be seen at Gubatsa Hills – a small rocky outcrop on this extremely flat landscape.
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One of Botswana’s most famous and much-loved safari lodges, Chobe Game Lodge boasts the finest location in Chobe being the only lodge located within Chobe National Park itself. The Lodge lies on the banks of the mighty Chobe River in a particularly pretty setting and offers a luxurious base for exploring Chobe. This smart, slick but immensely friendly and welcoming lodge has a full range of facilities and a fantastic team to look after you.
Peeking out from under a lush green woodland canopy sits Camp Moremi, in the Xakanaxa area of Moremi Game Reserve. This luxurious but down to earth and friendly lodge has a fantastic team delivering an excellent safari experience. This is prime game viewing area and Camp Moremi is the perfect place from which to exploring this wonderful corner of the Okavango. Game drives as well as boating is offered from this beautiful lodge.
Camp Okavango lies on the remote Nxaragha Island at the heart of the permanent Okavango Delta, offering a year-round water wilderness experience. The experience is all in the name, this is a quintessential Okavango water safari experience with the traditional mokoro rides, boating and walking in a beautiful environment. The camp was rebuilt in 2016 and offers guests modern comforts whilst at the same time preserving the special atmosphere for which it achieved its renown.
Xugana Lagoon is widely accepted as being the most spectacular permanent water site in the entire Okavango Delta, which in the midst of the Kalahari sands, is Africa’s largest and most awe-inspiring oasis. Xugana Island Lodge is situated on a private concession and takes full advantage of this magnificent site. This is a charming little Okavango camp, with plenty of character with a traditional, slightly rustic, but very comfortable style.
Chobe Savannah Lodge is a peaceful water focussed lodge set on beautiful floodplains on the banks of the Chobe River, away from the busier river sections near Kasane. The open savannah views make a fantastic change from the thicker bushveld found in most of Botswana and the lodge offers several elevated points to soak up these wonderful vistas. Activities centre on the river, with morning and afternoon boating safaris as well as fishing.
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