Save Valley Conservancy Zimbabwe / Savuli Safari Area
Savuli Safari Area falls within the Save Valley Conservancy (SVC) that is situated in the South Eastern part of Zimbabwe, the SVC is world famous as a top safari destination.
Savuli itself covers total of 74.47 km sq. / 7500 hectares of some of the best wild areas in Zimbabwe; Savuli has beautiful hills that are home to dagga boys, lions, leopards, elephants, sable and the best eland bulls in Zimbabwe plus a whole host of plains game.
Camp facilities are a perfectly acceptable 2 star hunting camp with good food, hot showers, and a toilet in every client chalet, generator electricity and bottled water. Well-mannered hard working camp staff will make your stay an enjoyable one.
You will be guided by licenced Zimbabwean Professional Hunters, these guides all have own modern 4×4 hunting vehicle with all the support staff such as trackers, driver, skinner and game scout that will all be in your hunting group.
Savuli is easily accessible by air and road, travelling from Harare International Airport on tarred road of 285 km and good gravel roads of 83 km takes approximately 4 hours. Travelling from Buffalo Range airport in Chiredzi (charter flights only) by tar road of 60 km and good gravel road of 60km takes 2 hours.
Savuli has the river Turwi which flows throughout the year flowing through Savuli, as well as the Maramba Dam, Gwezi River, this natural water ensures that the animal movement stays good throughout the year.
- The camp has 4 client chalets.
- Each chalet could sleep 2 persons.
- Each chalet has en-suite shower and toilet facilities with hot water.
- Laundry is done on a daily basis.
Zimbabwe map indicating Savuli Conservancy amplified map for the 74.47km^2 equivalent to 7 447.4244 hectares or 18 618.561 acres stretch of natural wild land.