Savuti Camp is situated in the Linyanti Reserve along the Savuti Channel in northern Botswana. The camp is built about 17 kilometers "downstream" from the source of the Savuti. The channel stopped flowing in 1980 and what was a Hippo-filled river, is now wide, open grasslands and a legendary predator’s enclave. Savuti Camp is a comfortable camp providing accommodation in seven large walk-in tented rooms with en-suite facilities. Five of the bathrooms are within the tents and two tents have bathrooms with wonderful open fronts facing onto the Savuti Channel. Each room is raised off the ground on wooden decks. The camp has a thatched dining area, pub, and plunge pool, all on raised wooden decks. There is a waterhole close to camp and this attracts large numbers of animals that guests can view from the camp. Activities include game drives in open 4x4 Land Rovers, night drives, walks with an armed guard and several hides for safe, up-close animal viewing. Savuti Camp’s “woodpile hide” is famous for the finest in elephant viewing where one literally feels what it is like to be with the herd. Game concentrations are high, particularly in the winter. There is also good concentration of plains game in the area.