The Savuti area is located east of the Okavango Delta and west of the Chobe National Park. It lies in an ancient lake bed. In Savuti, there is one of the largest animal concentrations in southern Africa. It is a well known large game area, one of the most famous in whole Africa.
At a distance of 100 kilometers from the Chobe River leads the mysterious Savuti Channel, which is dry most of the time.
Savuti boasts most of the Chobe species, except for water loving antelopes. It is best known for it's predators, particularly large populations of lions, cheetahs and hyenas. You will also find a population of elephants there, as well as wild dogs, antelopes and other mammals. It is a popular area for wildlife and bird photographers and filmmakers.