A friendly, intimate lodge on the Savute Channel
Set by the side of the unpredictable Savute Channel which winds through this spellbinding area of the Chobe National Park, this beautiful two-storey lodge is all about the location. With just 12 thatched chalets housing a maximum of 24 guests, you’ll enjoy an intimate yet sociable stay in this welcoming lodge.
At the end of a day of game drives and wildlife spotting, sink in to one of the library’s cosy sofas with a good book, enjoy a delicious cocktail at the bar or convene around the boma’s firepit to reminisce on the day’s events. Complete with a shaded viewing deck, al fresco dining area and swimming pool, every inch of this beautiful lodge ensures that you are always in the perfect spot to see the wildlife, including the resident elephants who make their way down to the channel to drink, bathe and play.
A remote and wild corner of Chobe National Park, stretching from the park’s northern boundaries to the Linyanti River
Good to know
Between November and December, and February and April, huge herds of zebra migrate across Savute, bringing a ranfe of predators with them.
12 thatched chalets
• Visit the ancient San rock paintings at Gubatsa Hills*
Twice-daily game activities including 4x4 vehicle safaris around the Savute area and to the Savute Marsh
*Denotes local charge