In Botswana's game-rich Savuti you will stay in one of 10 en-suite Meru-style tents, one of them is a honeymoon tent (of course). Each tent sleeps two, has a whirlpool bath, an open shower, a view of the Savuti channel and, luxury of luxuries, air conditioning. The tents are neat and minimal, blending in with the environment as one would say.
The communal area at Camp Savuti comprises a lounge, bar and swimming pool so be prepared to linger longer while you cool off. Enjoy dinners under the stars in th boma or in the cozy dining area. If loitering at the bar is not ideal, a small shop sells drinks and snacks. If you expect more than your daily meal and a drink be sure to pack it in before you go.
The Savuti channel is not currently flowing, but that doesn't mean you won't have a vast view or animal sightings. At night you're not allowed to walk by yourself and you will be escorted back to your tent, why you may ask? Well, ladies and gentlemen, the lions and elephants might pay you a visit.
It is perfectly safe inside your tent, but best to not explore at night, rather kick back and listen to the wildlife doing the exploring instead. In the morning, you can take in the view of the Savannah stretching out to the sky with a coffee and animal tracks around you.
On your daily game drive, the guides might go off track. They know the Savuti area better than anyone else and will make sure you see all the animals you need to. You might wonder why this is the only activity, but when you are surrounded by such a vast amount of animals, what else would you want to be doing? These game drives take place in the morning and the afternoon, so be prepared for all the beaks, horns, claws and tusks.
Camp Savuti is a tranquil place with clean and simple tents, spacious environments, never-ending landscapes and all the animals you could hope for. Get your camera out and crack a beer at sunset. A million miles from modern civilisation you've got no choice but to relax, unwind, enjoy.
Game viewing, game viewing and more game viewing. You're in the heart of one of Africa's most game rich countries with guides who know every blade of grass, anthill and lion by name. This place puts your wildlife safari front and centre with narry a deviation (unless, of course, you ask for one).