Chitabe Camp is situated in a private concession area on an island in the south-east of the Okavango Delta. Playing host to a breathtaking mosaic of open floodplains, waterways, marshlands, dry acacia and mopane woodland, riverine forest and open grasslands, the area is famed for its incredible numbers and diversity of wildlife, in particular predators.
The camp’s eight spacious Meru-style tents are built on elevated wooden decks amongst trees. Each tent has twin beds, en-suite facilities and an indoor as well as an outdoor shower. The thatched dining, pub and lounge areas are built on raised decks to provide superb views across the floodplain, and a pool allows you to cool off in the heat of the day.
- A mix of different habitats means an abundance of African wildlife
- Wild dogs are often the stars of the show at Chitabe
- Each tent has its own character, enhanced by superb wildlife photographs
Some things to do at Chitabe Camp
First time to Africa
- Take a game drive to see huge numbers of impala, plentiful prey for the range of predators in the area.
- Track one of the resident leopards of the area, one of which may even surprise you with her cubs.
- Enjoy a delicious dinner – out in the bush.
Travelled to Africa
- Walk through the bush, follow the pawprints and enjoy the fresh, clear air.
- Observe wildlife from the cool waters of the plunge pool while sipping a gin and tonic.
- Sweat it up in our gym – with a view of the bush!
- Watch eagles and vultures in the trees, or catching thermals and soaring through the African sky.
- Practise your wildlife photography skills, at camp or on a game drive.*
- Discover our wealth of habitats, from ilala palm-dotted floodplains to open savannah and acacia woodland.