Chitabe Lediba Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Chitabe Lediba Camp is a Classic Camp

4Cs Projects at Chitabe Lediba Camp

Chitabe Lediba, where conservation is vital to the operation, has initiated and funded research and monitoring projects. We have to date completed and funded four annual aerial wildlife surveys, as well as working extensively with wild dog projects.


Botswana Wild Dog Research Project

Ongoing research, as well as addressing the surrounding communities' attitudes towards the African wild dog, has resulted in a gradual increase in awareness of the plight of these Endangered, charismatic predators.Read more: Botswana Wild Dog Research Project

Chitabe Staff - Children in the Wilderness

Each year, Chitabe and Chitabe Lediba bring the children of our staff to the camp for an annual Christmas Party. Two days of activities cover all aspects of conservation and game drives, as well as fun activities. This gives not only a sense of pride to our staff, but also to their children.

Latest Chitabe Lediba Camp Album

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Latest News From Chitabe Lediba Camp

  • Chitabe Camp & Chitabe Lediba Camp - October 2013
    Oct 31, 2013

    Three young males attempt to rejoin the Tsame Lion Pride… unusual behaviour seen at Chitabe this month

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  • Chitabe and Chitabe Lediba Camps - September 2013
    Oct 22, 2013

    Another factor that enhances birding in the concession is that the Gomoti River is receding rapidly, leaving open patches of muddy floodplains with small pools of water containing stranded populations of aquatic insects and small fish....

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  • Chitabe and Chitabe Lediba Camps - August 2013
    Oct 1, 2013

    The month of August saw some fantastic game viewing. Elephant were plentiful, with lots of breeding herds throughout the concession. Guests enjoyed watching the playful calves who were learning how to use their trunks and then, trying to...

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ Within the first 40 minutes driving from the airstrip we had seen elephants, lion, giraffe, leopard and much much more! I could hardly believe my eyes! ”
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Reviewed by: onelifeliveit, 2012.11.02