Take Your Safari To The Next Level At Savuti Camp
The problem with safaris is that everyone’s doing them now, and in the age of Instagram, you need more than a close encounter with a member of the Big Five to impress your pack.
Step forward Savuti Camp in Botswana. It’s already your outdoorsy, tented safari camp, situated in the Okavango Delta. But now it’s introduced a “sleep-out” option – two outdoor decks, each sleeping four, overlooking the Savute Channel, far away from the main camp (a 20-minute drive or a 45-minute boat ride – take your pick). The only neighbours are the hippos, buffalos, waterbucks, baboons, and other animals you won’t have heard of.
These are no makeshift camps: comfy beds and mosquito nets will be par for the course, and there are even “basic” washroom facilities nearby. You’ll get dinner and breakfast out there, and a guide will stay the night to watch the baboons don’t get too close.
Although a close encounter with a baboon would make a fabulous Instagram post.
Rates start from $736 per person per night.
[Photo: Wilderness Safaris]