It is thought that all Savannas are in Africa, however, they can be found in all different continents around the world. The following explains where abouts they are.
Geographical Locations in which Savannas are found:
The Savanna grasslands are located between tropical rainforests and deserts, and are near the equator (usually between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer - 23°north and 23° south). The Savannas include areas such as Central Africa (Kenya), America, North and east of South America (Brazil) and Australia. South America has very large Savannas but Africa is home to the world’s largest Savanna. This Savanna takes up almost half of the continent; it goes from the Atlantic coast of west Africa all the way to the east across Sudan, it then goes South through to East.