Savuti Camp and its surrounds are in a great state of flux as the Savute Channel in 2008 began to flow with water for the first time in 28 years. This remarkable new environment has been astonishing as many of the animals are learning their way with the water and predators are frequently sighted crossing the channel and in some cases even pursuing prey right into the water.
This area was already well known for its great diversity of species and is especially good for the full variety of predators. Without a doubt this is one of the finest camps and locations in the Wilderness Safari portfolio.
Savuti Camp was completely renovated in 2007. It is an intimate camp with just seven large tents with en-suite bathrooms and indoor showers, ideally located along the Savute Channel. The famed woodpile hide in front of a waterhole has gone underwater with the new channel flows but a new hide has been constructed into the ground proving a fascinating ground level perspective for viewing animals at the water.
- Indoor showers
- Wildlife viewing hide