Savuti Camp embodies the Wilderness 4Cs concept – based on the four pillars of Commerce, Conservation, Community and Culture – by providing support to numerous projects and initiatives across the Linyanti region. It is also famous as a sporadic and unusual watercourse. As part of a natural cycle, the waters of the Savute either flow strongly – a magnet for thirsty wildlife – or recede to leave behind a rich grassland. Regardless, both plains game and predators thrive, and exploring the length of the Channel and its associated woodlands is thus a highlight here.
This intimate camp's en-suite accommodation is in seven large, raised tents. From the camp's thatched dining area, elevated wooden decks extend out over the channel bed, with a small pool, fire pit and wonderful views along and across the channel.