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Ventilator, kluisje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, badkamer met douche, privé-veranda.
Gelegen midden in het Chobe National Park. Dit gedeelte van Chobe National Park staat bekend onder de naam Savute.
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Chobe National Park is een beschermd natuurgebied van ruim 10.000 km2, op slechts twee uur rijden van de grens met Zimbabwe en Zambia, waardoor u het gemakkelijk kunt combineren met een bezoek aan de Victoria Watervallen. In Chobe leven grote kuddes olifanten, ook tal van antilopensoorten zoals de kudu, eland en tsessebe. De rode lechwe en de zeer zeldzame puku komen alleen in Botswana voor. Ook vogelaars komen hier volop aan hun trekken, met maar liefst zo’n 440 soorten. De Chobe-rivier is de natuurlijke grens met Namibië; vooral in het droge seizoen ziet u hier veel wilde dieren.
"Amazing Experience , Amazing Staff , Amazing Wildlife, Amazing Lodge!!!"
Words are just not enough to explain this amazing lodge, its in a perfect location overlooking the river where animals are frequent visitors and where one can see action!. The dining area has full view of the river and you feel up close to nature. We had elephants drinking near us. I loved this Lodge. The staff are just amazing, friendly, interactive, attentive, they would do anything to make you feel at home. Desert and Delta make sure you are at home. Rooms are enormous with lounge area, private deck. From all angles being from the bathroom or bedroom you have uninterrupted view. This Lodge is all about the experience, and believe me you will not be disappointed. Metal our guide is highly knowledgeable, i wish i had longer to listen to him. Savute is the real Raw wildlife experience. This is a Must for anyone who wishe to visit Botswana.
"Most Amazing - Exceeded all Expectations"
We travelled with 2 other couples and stayed at this amazing place from October 6-10, 2016. The overall experience was certainly hard to top. From the moment we landed at the Savute air strip we were overwhelmed by the kindness and service from all of the staff. Our guide, Obed was professional and knowledgable and made our twice daily game drives memorable. Setch and Lucky and the entire lodge staff could not do enough for us. We loved the fact that the staff choir would sing for us before dinner and then some of the staff would join us at our table for dinner. This was the first of 2 safari stops on our 3 week African adventure and it was by far the best! I truly believe that the leadership of the camp manager, Setch set the tone for the entire experience. Thank you to the team for providing us with a most memorable experience!
"The management and staff are fantastic"
In Botswana, we stayed at 3 safari Lodges â€“ Savute, Xakanaxa and Xugana â€“ owned by Desert & Delta (who have 8 lodges and are part of a larger Botswanan company Chobe Holdings â€“ who also own Safari Air amongst other things). Booking three lodges with Desert & Delta made transit between the camps very straight forward and enable us to get a discount. All Desert & Delta lodges are run on the same operating model - the location, management, staff and facilities provide the differentiation between the Lodges. Savute was our favourite lodge because of the management and staff, perhaps it was because we arrived on the 50th Anniversary of Botswanaâ€™s Independence Day and all the staff were involved in the celebrations that evening. We thought the camp was very well run and the management were always around and visible, the staff were very helpful and made a great effort to introduce themselves and to remember your name. Setch and Lucky run a fantastic team. The camp itself is very pleasant with excellent rooms, a small swimming pool and large bar/lounge. The rooms were comfortable and spotless with fantastic servicing each day â€“ including â€œartâ€ work on the beds. There are two man-made waterholes that can be viewed from the restaurant deck, the pool and some rooms â€“ we were in room 2 which has a view over one of the two water holes. Due to the very dry drought conditions, lots of the animals frequented the waterholes. There seemed to be some sort of truce between the animals, until the lions and hyaenas arrived! The bar, ruled over by Uncle Score, and the restaurant were excellent â€“ each night both the food and wines were announced with accompanying encouragement from the wait staff. The evenings end with drinks and talk around the fireplace (for those not ready for bed!). Of course, the highlight of the stay was the safari drives, Coca our guide was excellent. He has wide knowledge of not just the land animals but also the birds. This sparked our interest in the birds, this new interest became one of the defining themes for the rest of our trip. A highlight was the morning we spent tracking a leopard, Coca gave us a fantastic experience including an almost face to face encounter with the leopard. We stayed at Savute for three nights, this felt just right and we would recommend three nights to everyone who visits. Note, this review is one of many from a trip to Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique undertaken in Sep/Oct 2016.
"Amazing! Animals and luxury together."
The heat and aridity were intense, uncomfortable for us at midday (no A/C) BUT the plus is that animals come in for water to two water holes filled from bore holes and maintained by the lodge. Day and night we had elephants and giraffes, impala and buffalo, birds and big cats and many others just beyond our spacious deck. If you are coming to Africa to see animals, this is THE place! Room was very comfortable, service was excellent, food quite good.
We have never been in Botswana, it is our first trip to this amazing country, to the wonderful world of nature, animals and people! first our camp was Savute SAfari Lodge. Wonderful welcome, the best rooms with stunning views of the walking animals. Savuti staff as one big family and you feel like a part of it. You feel like at home. Thanks to staff we have always nice evening near fire, a lot of jokes,tasty food. Luckie-she is very funny, its a hart of the camp! Who will met her will never forget her!)) the same like with Afrika) Thanks to our guide-BABA, we had an amazing every day, learned a lot about animals, about plants, make super photos. He is a professional guide, with a great knowledge! July it's a cold month, end of the winter, but you always can have a "Bush baby"- a hot water bottle , and must not forget to take with you hat, gloves, warm clothes. Big Big thank you to Savuti camp!!!! I hope we will come back! Tanya And Bruno!
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