Chitabe Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Chitabe Camp is a Classic Camp

Things to do at Chitabe Camp

Activities at Chitabe revolve around day and night game drives and guided nature walks.

Game Drives

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.

Sunset/Night Drives

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.

Walking Safaris

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.

Birding

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.

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Submitted by: Phinley Mwampole , Jul 1, 2017

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Latest News From Chitabe Camp

  • Chitabe Camp - April 2017
    Apr 10, 2017

    The late rains brought tall grasses which in turn brought sightings of leopard and cheetah perched on top of logs and termite mounds – vantage points to scout for their prey animals…

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  • Chitabe Camps - January 2017
    Jan 16, 2017

    We saw the Chitabe Pride often, along with their almost full-grown cubs.

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  • Chitabe Camps - February 2017
    Feb 9, 2017

    The Chitabe Pride has a well-deserved reputation for hunting giraffe, and on two occasions this month they preyed on giraffe young, while at other times they were found on buffalo, impala and zebra kills…

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As recommended on TripAdvisor

“ I never imagined I'd be sitting in a jeep 10 feet from lions, leopards and cheetahs. I'm never going back to the zoo! ”
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Reviewed by: Rob E, 08 January 2017