Accommodation in Katavi National Park

Katavi National Park, in the far west of Tanzania, is a truly raw and wild reserve – well off the main tourist track. The park centres on a series of wide flood plains, connected by a network of seasonal rivers.  These rivers are a hotspot for game viewing, particularly during Tanzania’s dry season. Look forward to sightings of hippo crammed in the remaining pools, and crocodiles in caves in the muddy river banks. Buffalo and elephant gather at the rivers to drink, which attracts prides of lion and other predators.

Chada Katavi

From the air you have to look carefully to spot Chada Katavi. This remote bushcamp has six safari tents hidden amongst the trees in Katavi National Park. The tents are comfortable yet simple with eco-flush toilets and hot bucket showers. Elephants often wander through camp, monkeys scamper amongst tree branches and…

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