After the Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park is probably Botswana’s most well-known conservation area and is the country’s 2nd largest national park. The wildlife here move in complex, ancient patterns, determined by seasonal rains and food.
Savute area in Chobe National Park is dubbed as one of the best African safari destinations covering an area of 5000 km² within Chobe ecosystem – a mix of riverine woods, savanna and scrub-land. The region makes for a diverse wildlife experience as animals from one type of habitat have to run the gauntlet across the unforgiving Savuti.
Linyanti is a faultless natural oasis in Botswana with an air of untouched beauty teeming with wildlife. This undiluted environment brings a magical feeling of peace and tranquility and the overpowering feeling of nearness to earthly evolution.
This 46 roomed luxury safari lodge, the only safari lodge actually situated in Chobe National Park, overlooks the perennial Chobe River and Caprivi floodplains and offers every luxury and comfort for your sojourn in the wilds.
Kwando Lagoon Camp, and its 8 twin-bedded luxury safari-style tents, lies on the shady banks of the Kwando River among tall and ancient African Ebony and Marula trees, under the watchful gaze of the resident hippos.
Savute Safari Lodge, with its 12 twin-bedded safari suites, peers out from ancient Camelthorn trees on the banks of the Savute channel, part of the dynamic Savute eco system – known for its large concentration of Elephant and large Lion prides.
Zarafa Camp, located in the 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve with beautiful views of the ZIbadianja lagoon, is synonymous with exclusivity and perfection. It has 4 luxury tents and one 2 bedroom suite complete with private staff.
Overlooking a beautiful lagoon, the camp has 9 luxurious tents (including one family unit) each boast a large bedroom area and lounge leading out onto a veranda with a private plunge pool and thatched sala from which to soak up the gorgeous views