Savuti Camp is situated in the Linyanti Reserve along the Savuti Channel in northern Botswana. The camp is built about 17 kilometres ‘downstream’ from the source of the Savuti. The channel stopped flowing in 1980 and what was a Hippo-filled river, is now wide, open grasslands.

Hotel Features
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Library
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Room Features
  • Complimentary Toiletries
  • Housekeeping
  • In-room Safe
  • Private Bathroom
  • Turndown Service
  • Wake-up Calls
  • Savuti Camp is a comfortable camp providing accommodation in 7 walk-in tented rooms with en-suite facilities. Each room is raised off the ground on wooden decks.

    Cancellation Policy

    Groups

    150-90 days inclusive - 20% of the space booked can be released with no penalty.  Any additional space released will be subject to a 45% cancellation fee on the full cost of the safari (ie accommodation, transfers, charters etc).
     
    89-31 days inclusive - 0% of the space booked can be released with no penalty. Any additional space released will be subject to a 60% cancellation fee on the full cost of the safari (i.e. accommodation, transfers, charters etc).

    0-30 days inclusive - 100% cancellation fee.

     

    FIT

    If prior to 8 weeks before departure your deposit is forfeited. If your cancellation is made after the due date for full payment of your tour fare, charges will be levied. The scale of charges, expressed as a percentage of the tour prices, is as follows:

    More than 8 weeks notice - Deposit forfeited

    Less than 8 weeks notice - Deposit plus 25 %

    Less than 4 weeks notice - 50 %

    Less than 3 weeks notice - 60 %

    Less than 2 weeks notice - 100%

    Should you fail to join a safari, or join it after departure, or leave it prior to its completion, no tour refund can be made.

    Savuti Camp lies on the Savute Channel, a famous waterway in a thrilling state of flux. For a quarter of a century, the Channel was dry, creating wide-open grassland, home to both quantities and varieties of wildlife and a legendary predator's enclave. In 2008, the waters returned, and Savuti Camp now has front-row seats to view the abundant game that has congregated and adapted in its wake.