Welcome to Goha Hills Savuti

In the Chobe National Park, lies the fascinatingly game-rich Savuti area. Here Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge is perfectly positioned right on the edges of the Ghoha Hills, to overlook the vast Savuti Plains. This elevated location ensures the most spectacular 180º views.

The lodge is specifically designed and built to blend into its natural environment. The understated elegance presents untouched nature along with world-class service and attention to your comfort.
At the thatched main area, you’ll find an open dining area, bar, and plenty of smaller lounges for more intimate gatherings when taking in the active waterhole below. Settle into the relaxed environment by taking care of your body and mind at either the pool, gym or spa. At Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge, they focus on pampering your soul while you’re on safari.
To experience the thrill of Savuti’s amazing wildlife, you can enjoy both a morning and afternoon drive on their private network of roads. Wave goodbye to the day by sipping on a refreshing sundowner under the majestic baobab trees or in a hide overlooking the waterhole.
Make the most of your stay by opting in for a day excursion – they visit the Savuti Marsh, Baobab Theatre, Bushman Rock Paintings & Pimple Hills.
They offer their guests an authentic Botswana experience, in an eco-friendly and eco-sensitive environment.


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