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Savute

The Savute region is situated within the South-West of Chobe National Park and is most famous for the numerous Wildlife Documentaries that are filmed there. It has earned its international reputation for raw, dramatic game viewing thanks to its open landscapes, abundant wildlife and full cast of predators.

Experiences in Savute

Animals such as elephant, buffalo, zebra, giraffe and a host of antelope species gather around the Savute Marsh and this is when the big cats and wild dogs take advantage.

Game viewing is excellent throughout the year but the dry winter season is the best time to visit Savute for the most comfortable experience: the climate is dry and mild though bitterly cold at night from May to August. September and October see Savute at its hottest, driest and most desperate but game drives often result in spectacular sightings.

There are no water based activities in this region, only 4×4 game drives. Something unique to do is visit the bushman rock art situated on a rocky outcrop on the outskirts of the marsh.

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