Way to the south of the Chobe River is the other major centre of wildlife activity in the park – Savute. This is an area of open savanna grassland through which a seasonal river spills out into a marsh. Large numbers of Elephant bulls are invariably present in Savute and close encounters with these great pachyderms are commonplace. Savute is also a famous battleground for Lion and Spotted Hyena, whose fight for dominance has been captured in the brilliant documentary film ‘Eternal Enemies’, filmed by Dereck and Beverly Joubert. In the wet season, large herds of Zebra and Tsessebe feed on the Savute plains, often in the company of Abdim’s, Woolly-necked and White Storks. In the far north-western corner of Chobe National Park is the permanent swampland of Linyanti. In many ways, Linyanti is like a miniature Okavango, with species such as Red Lechwe, Sitatunga, Slaty Egret, lesser jacana and Pel’s Fishing Owl all being resident. The most remote part of the reserve is at Nogatsaa, where very few travellers go. Game is sporadic here, but when water is available in the pans, it is the best place to view Roan and Sable Antelope.