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Chitabe Trails, Okavango Delta

Chitabe Trails is ideal for small parties who are looking for their own private camp, as well as those individuals who prefer a more intimate experience. Situated on one of the most beautiful islands in the Delta Chitabe Trails is surrounded by ancient ebony, leadwood and sausage trees, has five tents and usually accommodates eight guests

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About Chitabe Trails

Chitabe Trails Camp is situated on one of the most beautiful islands in the Delta. Surrounded by ancient ebony, leadwood and sausage trees, Chitabe Trails Camp has five tents and usually accommodates eight guests in the same luxurious tents as those of Chitabe Camp. The main difference between Chitabe Camp and Chitabe Trails Camp is that the tents at Chitabe Trails Camp are not raised on wooden decking but are built on the ground. Chitabe Trails Camp's roomy tents have bathrooms en-suite, as well as an additional outdoor shower. Pathways connect the guest tents with the main area. The dining room, lounge and pub areas are under canvas overlooking the waterway in front of the camp. There is a great pool, too.

Chitabe Trails Camp offers a fantastic walking experience and for those enthusiastic guests who really want to experience the bush - we offer "sleep outs" at one or both of the hides on the concession. The hides are raised off the ground and guests sleep under mosquito nets and dine around the fire.

Chitabe Trails Camp is strictly a game viewing camp - no water activities are offered here. We travel out into the field in the morning and afternoon, returning usually after dark where we can often spot the shyer nocturnal animals. The game drive is in the same area as Chitabe's guests, so the game viewing experience is identical. Wildlife seen here includes Elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard and Cheetah. Wild Dog are also found in the area. Guests should also see Zebra, Reedbuck, Giraffe, Kudu, Impala, and all the plains game. Night drives can be very rewarding, giving rare opportunities to view animals such as Pangolin, Civet Cat, Serval, Porcupine and Aardwolf