Savuti Camp


It is really quite amazing how much a landscape can change over time. Once, the Savuti River flowed past the Savuti Camp and then on to the Linyanti Reserve in the north of Botswana.


It was home to many hippos before it dried up in 1980. However, for the Savuti Camp, is was rather fortunate that it did. Wide-open grasslands have succeeded the river, home to abundant wildlife and just waiting to be discovered by curious safari explorers.


Directly in front of the camp is the only waterhole in read more » the entire region so that many animals must visit regularly to drink. Settle down in the cosy lounge with a delicious sundowner and watch the animals. Especially the countless elephants will let any true safari enthusiast’s heart skip a beat.


Savuti Camp is built on stilts and the traditional African design lets it blend perfectly with the lush, green trees. All areas of the camp are raised in order to command a better view of the surrounding landscape.


A friendly atmosphere sets the tone. Everyone comes together around a large table for dinner. However, even the most discerning traveller and those looking for privacy, peace, and seclusion are going to be thrilled about the boutique camp that Intosol has discovered for you in Botswana.


When the weather is good, dinner is served outside – culinary delights under the clear, starry skies. In the evenings, guests can make themselves comfortable around the crackling campfire on the Fire Deck.


It is just the spot to swap stories about the day’s adventures or to make plans about what to do tomorrow.


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We are sure you will be asking: A holiday in a tent? What is that going to be like? Well, we can certainly answer that! It is an absolutely unforgettable way to spend a holiday in the southern part of read more » wild Africa.


Seven luxurious tents feature finest comforts. Indulge in the exclusive facilities and enjoy a sensational holiday at the Savuti Camp.


The large and spacious tents are generously spaced apart in order to offer maximum privacy. Warm, muted colours and natural materials come together to create a wonderful ambience.


High, reed-thatched ceilings (typical for this region) leave plenty of room for fresh air to circulate and space for you to breathe freely.


Tastefully chosen décor lends each tent an individual character. The spacious and comfortable bed is fitted with a billowing mosquito net that adds a romantic flair to the room.


The bathrooms are a delight, featuring a wonderful ambience to start or end your day in fine style. Two of the tents feature bathrooms that offer a stunning vista out over the picturesque landscape and infinite horizons.


Freestanding gold coloured washbasins add an elegant note. The ceiling fans help to keep a breeze blowing through your home away from home whenever desired.


After a long day in Botswana, just let yourself drop happily into the soft pillows of your extraordinary holiday tent and dream about what wonders the new day will bring.


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Every true safari fan will be very excited about the spectacular and extraordinary wildlife inhabiting the pristine wilderness around the Savuti Camp.


You should definitely arrive with an appetite for read more » safari adventures. It is the number one activity at the Savuti. Afterwards, having spent a long hot day, a refreshing dip in the plunge pool is just the thing to cool down.


There are many ways to explore this wildlife wonderland. Those who enjoy stirring a sprinkle of adrenalin into the mix have come to the right place. The Linyanti Reserve is one of the best places to come safely within almost touching distance of the large predators.


Guests frequently comment they experienced an unforgettable holiday experience. Go on a classic game drive in a four-by-four. Just heed the most important advice: Bring your camera. There is just so much waiting to be recorded. A night drive is especially interesting, as you are followed by many glowing eyes.


Of course, you may also take a guided walk with one of the experienced rangers. On the walk, you will hear many interesting facts and anecdotes about the fauna and flora of the region and the rangers are happy to answer any questions you may have.


Another one of the camp’s highlights is the Woodpile Hide, from behind which, you can observe the animals at close range. Many guests report afterwards that their personal highlight was the opportunity to watch majestic elephant herds moving slowly past the camp.


However, there are also lions, zebras, giraffes, hippos, leopards and impalas to observe. A visit to Savuti is somewhat like being in a film: suspense at every twist of the story. Come and see for yourself!


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