Chada Katavi Camp lies hidden in the shade of acacia and tamarind trees on the edge of Chada plain in the heart of Katavi National Park.
Accommodation is in 6 tents which are raised up on wooden platforms on the edge of the Chada Plain. They have wide-open fronts and shade net windows to let in the passing breeze. The en suite bathrooms are at the side, also on platforms, and have eco-flush loos, safari-style bucket showers, and hot and cold water on demand.
Activities on offer include game drives, walking safaris and fly-camping. With an experienced guide and an armed scout, guests can watch elephants from up close or walk along the river line seeing all the different birds around the pools, and crocs and hippos who are a big feature of Katavi life. Animals who would often take flight at the sound of a vehicle, won't even know you're there and that's what makes walking here such an incredible experience.