- Exciting Sleep Outs
Chitabe’s two elevated hides allow guests to experience a “sleep out” under the stars in full comfort and safety.
- Meru Style Tents
The camp’s accommodation has a lovely East African feel to it with walk-in Meru tents.
- Top Quality Night Drives
Exciting night drives are on offer here – track the predators on the hunt.
- Unique Habitats
Chitabe harbours such a variety of habitats within close proximity, ranging from classic Okavango scenery to open savannah and woodlands.
Chitabe Camp has a unique safari charm and is situated on a tree island in the south-east of the Okavango Delta, Botswana. There are views across the floodplain that are the roaming grounds for spectacular African wildlife.
8 meru-style tents are built on wooden decks. It’s a romantic setting that calls all couples or honeymooners. The spacious en-suite bathrooms have double vanity basins as well as an indoor and outdoor shower. Elevated walkways connect the rooms to the main area.
- Swimming pool
- Nature walks
- Dining area
Chitabe Camp is located in a 28,000-hectare photographic reserve built on one of the most beautiful islands in the Okavango Delta, in a private area that is bordered on three sides by the Moremi Game Reserve.
Accommodation at Chitabe Camp consists of eight spacious East African style tents that are built on elevated wooden decks, beneath a lush tree canopy. Each tented room has en-suite facilities with flush toilets and both outdoor and indoor showers. Hot showers are guaranteed anytime of the day or night. Each tent has a nice verandah with superb views of the open savannah in front of the camp. One of the tents is the honeymoon tent.
Chitabe contributes to the Botswana Predator Conservation Project through their Botswana Wild Dog Research Project. Dave and Helene Hamman, the owners of Chitabe and Chitabe Lediba, have dedicated many years to photographing the African wild dog and their efforts, combined with the extensive knowledge of Dr. “Tico” McNutt, culminated in the book, Running Wild: Dispelling the Myths of the African Wild Dog.