Savute (also pronounced Savuti), is based in the southern region of the Chobe National Park. It is worth noting as its own destination as it offers a fantastic wildlife experience, famous for its rivalry between the large lion prides and hyena clans that dominate the area. Savute links very well with other Botswana destinations, particularly the Okavango Delta or Moremi Game Reserve and the Chobe River front. All of these areas are rich in wildlife and offer diversity in landscape and experiences. This can be considered a year round destination with excellent game viewing peaking during the winer dry season from the end of April through to October. The open woodland landscape provide some refuge for large herds of buffalo and other plains game, whilst predators await their daily visit to the waterholes, some of which are permanent all year round. The area called the Savute Marsh sits on tectonic plates thought still to be shifting as normally dry, it suddenly fills with water after decades of no water. The Savute has a range of Luxury safari options as well as affordable tented camps.