Lions in the water in Savute Botswana


Savute, a remote and wild corner of Chobe National Park, stretches from the park’s northern boundaries to the Linyanti River. The area’s main feature is the mysterious Savute Channel, which flows and dries up seemingly unrelated to the rainfall. Dry and arid for almost 30 years, animals in the area were sustained by artificial waterholes. With the Savute Channel flowing again in recent years, the region has undergone a startling transformation, reverting to its natural lush and marshy state. Large numbers of wildlife have been attracted to this rejuvenated wilderness haven.

Alan Murray Zebras Migrating

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leopard looking directly at the camera on a sabi sand and table mountain

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romantic dining in the sand river at andbeyond ngala

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Guest dining area overlooking the serengeti plains at andbeyond kleins camp

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