The Great 3 Nights Savuti Camping

Multi-day & Extended Tours, Kasane International Airport and drive for about 3 and half hours to reach the campsite and we will be in an open game drive vehicle and also be able to see a lot wildlife during our move.About 100 kms on the paved road and 65 kms on the dirty road. to null

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We will offer twice daily game drives and ground transfers to the campsite,exclusive camping in the middle of the bush on the North western part of Chobe National Park with a well experienced professional guide3 meals per day,high tea and game drive snackBottled water,beers,wines,spirits,amarulaFull housekeeping service and linenWaiters,sculleries and camp assistants
Day 1:  We drive to Savuti.On the travelling day we will have picnic lunch en route. We will be in the campsite in the evening (18:00 hours).Our drive to Savuti will be conducted as morning game drive. We will travel about 100kms to BOGA campsite which is 4 to 5hrs drive. Savuti is in Chobe National Park which is 10,878 km2 large The Savuti Marsh is the relic of a large inland lake whose water supply was cut a long time ago by tectonic movements. Nowadays the marsh is fed by the erratic Savuti Channel, which dries up for long periods then curiously flows again, a consequence of tectonic activity in the area. The region is also covered with extensive savannas and rolling grasslands, which makes wildlife particularly dynamic in this section of the park. At dry seasons, tourists going on safari often view the warthog, kudu, impala, zebra, wildebeest and a herd of elephants bullying each other. At rain seasons, the rich bird life of the park (450 species in the whole park) is well represented. Prides of lions, hyenas, zebras or more rarely cheetahs are visible as well. This region is indeed reputed for its annual migration of zebras and predators. During our stay in Savuti we will do morning and afternoon game drives starting early in the morning after full English breakfast till 11:30 hours and resume the afternoon safari around 1530 hours after high tea.On our last morning we will start early with hot breakfast and head to Kasane International Airport arriving around 1200 hours.

What’s included

  • Spacious and comfortable tented accommodation including beds & bed linen, with a private ensuite bathroom & shower
  • Services of well experienced professional guide
  • Game drives & boat cruises, canoeing(mokoro) , transfers in a 6 seater designed vehicles
  • Exclusive private campsites within game reserves, national parks & private concessions.
  • All meals & drinks (mineral water/Sparkling water, soft drinks, beer, wines (red & white), gin & tonic
  • All activities as specified in our itineraries.
  • 12 % value added tax
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Snacks
  • Bottled water
  • Coffee and/or Tea
  • Alcoholic Beverages

What’s not included

  • Travel insurance
  • All flights unless or otherwise indicated
  • Items of personal nature
  • Toiletries
  • Staff gratuities, Guides, Drivers, Porters, Camp Assistant are at Traveller’s discretion
  • Optional: Safari extensions
  • Any drinks at Lodges or Accommodation other than Wild Africa Safaris Tents
  • Visas and airport taxes

Itinerary

Day 1:  We drive to Savuti. On the travelling day we will have picnic lunch en route. We will be in the campsite in the evening (18:00 hours). Our drive to Savuti will be conducted as morning game drive. We will travel about 100kms to BOGA campsite which is 4 to 5hrs drive. Savuti is in Chobe National Park which is 10,878 km2 large The Savuti Marsh is the relic of a large inland lake whose water supply was cut a long time ago by tectonic movements. Nowadays the marsh is fed by the erratic Savuti Channel, which dries up for long periods then curiously flows again, a consequence of tectonic activity in the area. The region is also covered with extensive savannas and rolling grasslands, which makes wildlife particularly dynamic in this section of the park. At dry seasons, tourists going on safari often view the warthog, kudu, impala, zebra, wildebeest and a herd of elephants bullying each other. At rain seasons, the rich bird life of the park (450 species in the whole park) is well represented. Prides of lions, hyenas, zebras or more rarely cheetahs are visible as well. This region is indeed reputed for its annual migration of zebras and predators.  During our stay in Savuti we will do morning and afternoon game drives starting early in the morning after full English breakfast till 11:30 hours and resume the afternoon safari around 1530 hours after high tea. On our last morning we will start early with hot breakfast and head to Kasane International Airport arriving around 1200 hours.
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