Head further north en-route to Chobe National Park, were the group will spend the following three nights camping in an exclusive wilderness campsite in
the Savuti region, exploring the dessert-like landscape of game drives.
Enjoy days of game drives as well as exploring some evidence of the Paleo-Lake Makgadikgadi that dried up some ten thousand years ago.
Unlike the vast majority of the country, Savuti is not flat land scape. Large outcrops of volcanic rock reach up out of the Kalahari sands, towering
over the endless savannah. These hills provide habitat for a completely different array of small wildlife, birds and plants. The Savuti Marsh has
been the stage for many of the most dramatic wildlife documentaries in Africa. The wide open country, good ungulate populations and particularly
strong prides of lion and hyaena clans make for dramatic wildlife interaction and excellent viewing opportunities. The now dry Savuti Channel runs
through this landscape linking the dry sand-veld, the waterholes, the hills and the grassland that was the Savuti Marsh.