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Chada Katavi

Katavi N.P., Tanzania

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Room Type

6 Tents

Child Policy

Children Ages 12+

Facilities

Dining tent and library

Activities

Bush Walks, Game Drives, Camping

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About This Accommodation

Chada Katavi is an extremely remote property in Katavi National Park. The best time to make the long trek to Katavi is during its dry season: June through October. Excellent big game-viewing will provide sightings of zebra, impala, topi, hippo, crocodile, elephant, buffalo, lion, and spotted hyena. Game drives and walking safaris here are incredible. You can even hike out to a flycamp where you can spend the night under the stars. If you choose to go in the wetter green season you'll find every shade of emerald and a birders paradise between November and May. The wildlife is still there, it just takes a bit more looking to find it.

The intimate camp has only 6 tents that are comfortable, rustic, and simple. Their goal is to limit the distractions between you and your surroundings. Wide open fronts emphasize the views from camp and bucket showers ensure a minimal eco-footprint. The library, dining tent, and campfire provide nice areas for guests to congregate after an active day on safari. The essence of Chada Katavi is not glamour or luxury, yet a simple accommodation that focuses on your experience in the remote African bush while providing everything you need, no extra's and the ultimate luxury of true wilderness.

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