Chitabe’s location is in the south-east of the delta on a beautiful old tree island. The camp is surrounded by a stunning array of habitats, and passionate guides with a wealth of stories and experiences are able to offer guests an unforgettable wildlife experience.
Accommodation is in eight Meru-style guest tents – each elevated on a wooden deck. Spacious and uniquely styled the tents offer comfort and luxury with both an indoor and an outdoor shower.
Elevated walkways connect the tents to the thatched dining and lounge areas which offer comfortable areas to relax. The raised decks provide the ideal vantage point for gazing out across the floodplain, and a pool provides a chance to cool off from the heat of the day.
Day and night drives and guided walks showcase the varied wildlife and landscapes of the Okavango margins.
HIGHLIGHT: If you are lucky, you will encounter some of the endangered wild dog packs in the area.
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.Read More
Game drives reveal the rich wildlife of the area from predators to prey. Our open 4x4 vehicles accommodate a maximum of seven guests allowing each a ‘window’ seat.Read More
Afternoon to evening drives provide opportunities for you to see nocturnal mammals such as civet, genet and bushbabies, as well as owls and perhaps leopard.Read More
Walking safaris (dependent on qualified guide availability) with skilled guides offers you the exciting opportunity of coming across big game on foot as well as observing the smaller things you miss when travelling by vehicle.Read More
The birdlife is excellent and varies throughout the year, depending on water levels and season. They include African hawk-eagle, ground hornbill, scarlet-chested sunbird, red-billed hornbill, gabar goshawk and red-billed francolin.Read More