Nous avons vu beaucoup d'animaux et ce, après de la piste ensablée pas facile du tout. Mais, tandis que nous faisons des bonds sur nos sièges, nous apercevons des éléphants, des girafes, des kudus, impalas et autres. Le mode camping avec une hyène rodant la nuit autour de notre tente fut un grand moment de...frousse.
Lodge bello anche se non mozzafiato. Situato di fronte una pozza di acqua la sera si può assistere all’arrivo di diversi animali. Da migliorare un po’ la struttura in generale. Buona la ristorazione anche se migliorabile
We stayed at Savuti camp because our preferred Kings Pool is being redone. We loved it. Not only did we have the typical great viewing in the Linyati but Meghan and Sean were wonderful hosts at the camp. The tents are lovely and the food was outstanding. Our service was fantastic also. I highly recommend this Wilderness camp!
Savuti Camp situated in Linyanti Private Reserve has a lot going for it. The camp itself is charming, situated at the end of a waterway attracting game year round. The staff provide a welcoming environment in camp and offer surprise bush lunches where they just show up with a great picnic spread out of the blue around some corner during your game drive. The food is fantastic made even better by the fact that it is being prepared and served by local chefs. But what you come to Savuti for is elephants and they have HUNDREDS of them ... everywhere. In every direction. In camp you have to pay attention to where you're walking because you just might bump into one! :)
Super staff, amazing room (#1), incredible close up encounters with elephants, caracal, birds, hippopotamus...... We loved the quiet associated with our assigned room and the close visits from the birds and elephants to our deck. The reserve provided tremendous variety and numbers of wildlife; leopards, giraffe, lions, Cape buffalo, birds, zebra. A terrific locale and a memorable 3 night experience.
Savuti Camp is beautifully situated so that each tent has a perfect view of the Savuti River just beyond your deck. Elephants often wander through camp on their way down to the river - hence most of the walkways are elevated. Sitting on your deck watching elephants play in the river is a joy not to be missed. Often hippos and crocodiles can be spotted in the river as well. The rest of the wildlife viewing is incredible, from all the big cats, to giraffes, hyaena, etc. and the abundant variety of bird life will astonish any twitchers. The food is excellent. The guides are very knowledgeable. And all staff is welcoming, warm-hearted, generous, and friendly. I never regret a stop at Savuti.
Das war das dritte Wilderness Camp unserer Safari und jedes ist anders aber jedes ist so schön, dass man nicht abreisen möchte! Aussendusche mit Blick auf die Elefanten - wie abgefahren ist das denn? Super sauber, schön eingerichtet, auch hier eben Wilderness Safari - perfekter Service, tolles Essen, wir waren lucky mit unserem Guide Lucky - Danke!
Not often I get referenced in a Trip Ad review.... Not a lot to add, except that we had the estimable Onx as our guide. Having asked to see wild dogs, he duly produced them within half an hour as well as plenty of lions and more elephants and hippos than you can shake a stick at. Great meals and the surprise dinner in the bush was a highlight. ALL the staff were great and Mama Bee's story of her elephant encounter when training has lived in our memories.
Our group of 14 occupied 6 of Savuti Camp's 7 tents for two nights. We had originally intended to stay four nights but could not be accommodated because other guests had already been booked ahead of us. Apologies to Graham and Steph, in the 7th tent, if our group was a little overwhelming - and thanks for joining in the fun! Savuti Camp's resident manager, Mama Bee, and her incredible team made sure we packed enough into our short stay to make it feel like four nights: • great game drives with excellent guides, Goodman and Lucky; • successfully tracking a pair of magnificent male lions with Goodman for 2 hours on our last morning; • the egg station for breakfast; • enjoyable meals, including a surprise dinner in the bush where we were feted with singing and dancing plus a birthday cake for all the July babies (only the toilet tent seemed a hilariously long distance away in the dark); • a wonderfully educational morning safari walk with Goodman, aka resident Champion impala-pellet spitter; • closer-than-planned encounters with hippos and elephants; • Mama Bee's infectious warmth, hospitality and good humour that made our stay magical. The only things some of us missed were the open-air showers in Tubu Tree Camp - and Selinda Camp's WiFi and hairdryers.…