Elephants encountered on a Savé Valley Conservancy Safari – as viewed from the vehicle


It’s easy to surrender to the magical allure of Africa when you explore the breathtaking Savé Valley Conservancy.


Expert guides offer an array of unique tailor-made safaris, and share their knowledge to provide unrivalled wilderness journeys.  We invite you to discover some of the finest wildlife experiences and bird watching activities in the country.


Activities include:

Horseback riding, canoeing, fishing, walking safaris, photography safaris, wildlife viewing in open vehicles, cultural village tours and visits to indigenous painting sites.

If your adrenaline hasn’t been fully satisfied by the ‘BIG FIVE’, the energetic can also opt for mountain biking, abseiling or archery.

Then as the glowing African sun sets, a swim or relax by the pool with a quintessential sundowner before dinner under a sparkling clear sky.

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities also exist for specialist activities such as wild dog den viewing (May-September), night spotlighting, falconry and rhino tracking on foot.

Safari lodges

Each destination in the Conservancy has been created to perfectly capture the mood, excitement and sheer beauty of its part of our spectacular region.  Personalised safaris can be organised through any of the nature tourism operators listed below.  We look forward to welcoming you to a range of richly diverse, exceptional experiences.


The Chishakwe Camp is located on the peaceful shaded banks of the Msaize River.  Stunning ensuite thatched chalets with private balconies overlook the river.  The camp is booked exclusively to one party at a time; allowing guests to enjoy a stay customised to individual needs.

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Senuko means ‘the place where animals drink’.  Sited on a granite outcrop overlooking a water pan, the lodge boasts lavishly equipped ensuite rooms with open-fronted private decks to maximise the magnificent panoramic views.


Sango unites the romance of the 1920s with contemporary African design.  Carefully integrated into their surroundings, private eco-suites offer the epitome in opulent indulgence.  Or for the more adventurous guest, there’s a luxury tent camp.

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Mokore Camp is situated on the banks of the Turgwe River, consisting of six luxury stone under thatch chalets with bathroom en-suite.  The dining area is positioned with a picturesque view of the river and is shaded by a canopy of large Nyala Berry trees.

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Mkwasine Safari Camp

Mkwasine Safari Camp sits under levy trees on the banks of the Mkwasine River. It consists of four large East Africa style tents, each with two 3/4 beds and an ensuite with shower, basin and flush toilet.There is a thatched main lodge with lounge, dining table and a fire for those cold winter nights. Outside is a fire pit that looks over the permanent pool in the Mkwasine River and is a great place to sit in the evenings, under the stars and recount the adventures of the day.

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This camp is high above the Turgwe River.  5 semi open en suite thatch chalets sleep 2 people each very comfortably.  Each overlooks the river allowing visitors to enjoy stunning views without even leaving camp.

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This camp has a “home from home” vibe and is perfect for families or groups of friends.  2 thatched cottages comfortably sleep up to 7 people each.  There is a cosy but roomy sitting and dining area.

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