- A quiet, smaller camp – perfect for groups or families
- The dramatic mix of Okavango and Kalahari habitats, with consistently excellent predator-prey interaction, is a photographer's paradise
- Classic safari experience with year-round variety of game and bird viewing
Chitabe Lediba, in the Chitabe Concession, neighbours the Moremi Game Reserve in the south-eastern part of the Okavango Delta. Its wide range of habitats makes for an equal diversity of wildlife sightings. Views over the floodplains give ample opportunities to watch the daily animal traffic. Beyond the camp, Okavango and Kalahari landscapes meet to form rich habitats.
Wildlife: Chitabe Lediba is located in the Chitabe Concession, which covers 22 000-hectares (54 363-acres) 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: giraffes, buffalos, red lechwe, tsessebe, impala and elephants, which in turn support the larger predators: lions, leopards, spotted hyaenas, cheetahs, and African wild dogs.
Accommodation: five airy Meru-style canvas tents are built on raised decks with unique and tasteful interiors. The en-suite facilities have double vanity basins, with indoor and outdoor showers offering spectacular views of the Delta. Both family units have adjoining bedrooms and a shared en-suite bathroom. The convivial dining area, lounge and pool have a glorious vantage over the small lediba (a lagoon within a channel) after which the camp is named, and where wild animals and birds frequently parade.
Purpose: alongside its sister camp, Chitabe Lediba is committed to fostering the living standards of its employees by providing logistical and financial support – from annual education donations, and social upliftment projects, to generous profit share schemes.
Chitabe Lediba is the smaller sister camp to Chitabe Camp and is located along the Moremi Game Reserve within the breath-taking Okavango Delta.
Prepare yourself for some significant predator-prey, or predator-predator, action – a wildlife photographer’s dream. Lions, leopards, African wild dogs, spotted hyaenas, and cheetahs provide almost constant unfolding drama on the floodplains, at the expense of herbivores such as buffalos, giraffes; and a host of antelope, such as tsessebe, impala, and red lechwe.
On top of the excitement of a safari experience, the advantage of evening drives is that ...
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