. Tented Bush Camp Moremi Okavango Delta Chitabe Camp

Chitabe Camp- Tented Bush Camp

A eight-roomed, tented camp built on one of the most beautiful islands alongside the Moremi Game Reserve

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famous for the enormous herds of Buffalo and for sightings of the endangered African painted or wild dog
Chitabe (pronounced Chitaabee) is located in a 28,000 hectare photographic reserve
alongside the Moremi Game Reserve.
The area has a wide diversity of habitats, and includes open seasonally flooded plains, wooded islands and lagoons.
Chitabe has the classic Okavango scenery and is without a doubt the "Soul of the Okavango Delta"
eight luxurious, twin~bedded East African style tents built on elevated wooden decks, beneath a lush tree canopy.
Each tented room has en-suite facilities with flush toilets and both outdoor and indoor showers.
Hot showers are guaranteed anytime of day or night


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Rates valid to 10 January 2017
Fully Inclusive basis per person per night sharing
11 January - 31 March
US$ 903
01 April - 31 May &
01 Nov - 19 Dec
US$ 1,054
01 June - 31 October
US$ 1, 588
20 December - 10 Jan 2017
US$ 1,186
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Rate Includes
accommodation - all meals - twice daily scheduled camp activities - park fees - all local drinks (except premium imported brands and champagne) - laundry
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Facilities & Activities
thatched dining area, lounge and pub are on decks overlooking the surrounding flood plains pool
secluded hide
day and night game drives in open 4x4 vehicles accompanied by an experienced guide
walking safari - on request
night drives can be very rewarding, giving rare opportunities to view animals such as pangolin, aardvark, porcupine and aardwolf
mokoro excursions bird watching
Depending on the time of year, Wild Dogs are also resident in the area. About 160 wild dogs in ten to twelve packs inhabit this region
Game viewing is good, and includes Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Reedbuck, Giraffe, Impala, Zebra, Buffalo, Hippo, Red Lechwe, Sitatunga and Sable- Roan

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