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Head deep into the western wilderness of Tanzania to Katavi National Park, and you’ll discover a world of pristine landscapes and abundant wildlife.
Chada Katavi Camp is set in the heart of Katavi National Park, surrounded by woodland on the edge of the Chada Plain. Located within an incredible game catchment area, you can often spot a diverse array of animals right from the camp.
Suited to adventurous safari enthusiasts, Chada Katavi Camp offers a wild and secluded safari experience, far from the more popular reserves of Tanzania. With appealingly low visitors numbers and a wonderfully remote location, you’ll likely have it all to yourself.
Spend your days exploring the plains on 4WD game drives, led by expert safari guides, where you can spot an enormous number of animals including zebra, impala, topi, buffalo, hartebeest, waterbuck and giraffe.
There are over 4,000 elephants in the area, and it’s also famous for lions and hyena. You can even spot more elusive creatures such as leopard, cheetah and the African wild dog.
Venture out on a guided walking safari to see the staggering numbers of hippos and crocodiles crowing the waterholes during the dry season. Nowhere else in Africa will you see such amazing entanglements of grunting, arguing hippos, or snapping crocodiles burrowing caves into the riverbanks.