CLASSIC SAFARI EXPERIENCE WITH YEAR-ROUND GAME AND BIRD VIEWING
A QUIET SMALLER CAMP – PERFECT FOR GROUPS AND FAMILIES
Chitabe Lediba Camp in the Chitabe Concession neighbours the Moremi Game Reserve in the south-east of the Okavango Delta. Its wide range of habitats makes for amazing wildlife sightings.
Chitabe Lediba is located on the other side of the same island as its sister, Chitabe Camp. A smaller camp, accommodation consists of five canvas tented-style rooms, built on raised decks with luxurious interiors and in tasteful style, complete with en-suite bathrooms, including double vanity basins, indoor and outdoor shower with spectacular views. There are two family rooms, one (for older children) with an adjoining front deck and the other (for youngsters) with an adjoining corridor; each room however has its own en-suite facilities.
A dining area, lounge and pool have glorious views over the surrounding floodplains and the small lediba (remnant lagoon waterhole), where a variety of game comes to drink during the day.
Wildlife viewing is the major activity at this camp, whether on walks (depending on qualified guide availability), or day and night game drives in open 4×4 Land Rovers accompanied by an experienced guide.
WHY WE LIKE IT? An intimate camp that is ideal for small groups or families!
HOW TO GET THERE? Daily flight from Johannesburg and Cape Town to Maun. Daily scheduled flights from Maun into Chitabe.
SPECIAL INTEREST: The Okavango Delta and all its inhabitants. Chitabe has it all.
Chitabe has a huge range of habitats and so it doesn’t matter when you visit as the resident animal population is huge!
Chitabe Lediba is located in the Chitabe Concession, which covers 22 000 hectares of pristine Okavango Delta wilderness. This unique area harbours a massive variety of habitats within close proximity giving rise to a surprising diversity of species. The mix of Okavango and Kalahari makes for an excellent home to an abundant array of herbivores: giraffe, buffalo, red lechwe, tsessebe, impala and elephant, which in turn support the larger predators: lion, leopard, spotted hyaena, cheetah and wild dog.
Morning and Afternoon Safaris
Hot Air Ballooning
wind: 5m/s ENE
H 23 • L 22
“Just over a week into my safari and I wonder how I’ve changed, if at all. Certainly the experiences I’ve had and things I’ve seen have shaped me in someway. But then, as if by some ancient, unspeakable memory, I remember… it’s in my blood.”