Semi mobile tented camps at Savute Under Canvas Chobe National Park

&Beyond Savute Under Canvas

Comfortable mobile camp in a wild and remote setting


Region of Chobe National Park, Savute airstrip - 30 minute game drive to the camp


5 safari tents, Ensuite bathrooms with steaming hot bucket showers


Dining beneath open skies


Children 12 years and older are welcome

Safari Experiences

Known for the seasonal Savute Channel and massive baobabs that loom majestically over the reserve, Elephant-hunting lions, vast herds of plains game

The spirit of &Beyond Savute Under Canvas

Explore the unique and haunting Savute landscape, with its enigmatic Savute Channel.

At Savute Under Canvas, luxury mobile safari tents with ensuite bathrooms (with flush w.c. and steaming hot bucket shower) are positioned at secluded sites in a remote and wild corner of Chobe National Park.  Spend nights under canvas close to nature in the landscape of the African night.

Secluded campsites in the wildlife haven of Savute provide a base for up close and personal adventure and discovery. Carefully positioned as close as possible to the resident game, enjoy the simplicity of camping in one of the top wildlife areas in the world.

Why we love it

  • Explore the area on your morning and afternoon game drives
  • Dine beneath the stars with friendly butler service
  • Photograph the majestic baobab trees that loom over the reserve
  • Perfect for nature lovers, seasoned bush lovers, repeat travellers, photographers and birders
  • Enjoy the rustic charm of camping combined with the comfort of full service, a flush toilet and a steaming hot bucket shower
Swarovski Binoculars

What lies beyond the expected?

A pair of Swarovski Optik bincoculars for your exclusive use during your stay with us (one pair per guest room/suite)

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