Chitabe Camp

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Nestled on an island in the Okavango Delta and adjoining the Moremi Game Reserve, Chitabe Camp was a hunting concession that has been transformed into luxurious African safari camp. Chitabe Camp is an ideal place to go for photographic safaris. Chitabe Camp owners Dave and Helene Hamman (who also own Chitabe Trails) have been involved with several assignments for National Geographic. Chitabe Camp is also a part of the study area for research project on wild dogs. In fact, a part of accommodation charges at Chitabe Camp go to a wild dog conservation fund.

At Chitabe Camp will be accommodated in twin-bedded camps that are built on elevated wooden decks, surrounded by ebony, leadwood and sausage trees. Each tent in Chitabe Camp has en suite flush toilets and showers and a basin with hot and cold running water. There are also outdoor shower facilities for those who want a more romantic way of showering.

Chitabe Camp has a thatched dining area, lounge and bar also built on elevated decks. There is also a pool to help you escape from the heat of the midday sun. Meals at Chitabe Camp include continental breakfasts, afternoon teas and buffet style dinners with starters and desserts.

Chitabe Camp is one of the best places in Botswana to view wildlife such as elephants, lions, zebras, cheetahs and wild dogs. Night game drives offered by Chitabe Camp can prove to be rewarding experiences with sightings of rare nocturnal animals such as civet cats and aardwolves.