Linyanti

Savuti Camp

Overview

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Savuti Camp’s home is the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, including 47 private kilometres of the renowned Savuti Channel. An unpredictable overflow from the Zambezi and Chobe Rivers, its waters and forests attract an incredible density of wildlife.

It has six large, raised en-suite tents, all with front-row views of the channel, along with an expansive thatched dining and common area largely open to the bush. It's all about immersion into nature, with a small pool for refreshment, a firepit for evening stories and wildlife hide for elephant encounters.

Exploration awaits at every turn. Sleep out on a star bed near a romantic lagoon, enjoy seasonal boating, guided walks and day and night game drives to see the area’s famous diversity of species.

Facts

At a glance

  • Six tents

  • Swimming pool

  • Sleep out platform

  • Wildlife hide

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Experiences

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    Game drives

    Morning and afternoon game drives reveal the rich wildlife of the area. Both plains game and predators thrive along the Savuti Channel with enormous seasonal concentrations of elephants. A whole new safari experience begins after dark. Look out for nocturnal animals including lesser bushbabies, spring hares, aardwolf, servals, large spotted genets, and if you are extremely lucky, perhaps even pangolin...

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    Guided nature walks

    Explore on foot, and observe the many signs of the wild from tracks on the ground, to the sounds of the wilderness around you.

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    Wildlife hide

    This hide is the perfect place to spend your afternoon siesta hours. Elephants are often the star attraction here – either big elephant feet will obstruct your view, or watch out for the sprays of water propelled from their trunks!

Conservation

The camp works closely with local authorities to ensure the conservation of wildlife in the area. It supports dedicated conservation and research focused on species on the IUCN Red List such as the African wild dog, elephant, lion and roan antelope.

Footprint

Waste water (sewage and grey water) is treated in an Above Ground Sewage Plant, ensuring that the water is clean before being allowed to enter the natural environment. In order to reduce use of bottled water, reverse osmosis filtration is done on site to provide guests with high-quality drinking water. Like all Wilderness camps, this camp is managed and monitored against very strict in-house environmental standards, so only approved eco-friendly detergents and chemicals are used.

What makes us different

Why Niarra

Niarra Travel is a forward-thinking travel company headquartered in London born out of a passion to do things differently.

In Swahili, a Bantu language spoken by millions in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa, the name Niara means "with utmost purpose" and our team are united by a passion for exploration and a belief that the right kind of travel can make the world a better place.

Our Travel Researchers are here to create incredible trips with a positive impact for you.

  • Unforgettable experiences

    Creating your trip is entirely collaborative and our Travel Researchers are here for every step.

  • Positive impact

    Curated sustainable experiences and accommodation that maximize the benefits to local people and place.

  • Fairness and transparency

    An open, competitive pricing structure that ensures more money goes to where it's needed in the destination.

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