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Why photographers love Savanna camp
- Located in Namibia with wide views of the Chobe River
- Offers excellent boat-based game viewing
- Opportunity to get very close to animals and birds
- Located near extremely busy elephant corridors
- Directly opposite Chobe Game Reserve
- Allows access to best areas of the reserve at dawn and dusk before public have access.
- Cultural village trips also available
- Private and secluded experience away from busy Chobe areas
How we rate Savanna camp
Savanna camp at a glance
- Maximum 20 guests
- Air conditioned chalets with minibars
- Boat excursions in small easy to manoeuvre boats
- Fishing is also a highlight
- Laundry, drinks included
- Dining is wholesome
- 220-volt charging in rooms
Savanna camp is located in Namibia’s Caprivi region and overlooks the vast plains of Chobe’s Puku Flats.
- Birding is always excellent.
- The dry season, June to October, is best for elephants and general game along the river
- Out of season (during the rains) the skies, clouds and sunsets are spectacular, and newborn animals and migrant birds offer great sightings.
- Elephants and general game can be dispersed and harder to find during the wetter seasons.
Costs and logistics
- $300 – 700 per person per night
- Reached by boat from Kasane via Namibia immigration
Photographers need to know
The camp offers boat-based activities. These are extremely comfortable motorised, pontoon-type boats, which offer an extremely comfortable and stable game viewing experience. Game drives into Chobe require a crossing back into Botswana.