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In the south-west of Chobe National Park, Savute’s desert-like landscape of dead trees and extensive savannah contrasts with the rest of Chobe. Despite the fact that the Savute Channel hasn’t seen rain since 1982, the area still offers outstanding game viewing and is particularly noted for its lion population. In the dry season, permanent water holes attract prowling lions and bull elephant, while in the wet season, the marsh attracts huge numbers migrating zebra and the predators that follow them.