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Chada Katavi

6 safari tents on Chada Plains

Chada Katavi is situated in the core of Katavi National Park, in western Tanzania. It's said to be one of the wildest places on earth. Filing the floor of the Rukwa Valley - a minor fault of the western rift - Katavi National Park spans over a million acres, and due to its remoteness is one of the least visited parks in Tanzania. Across these plains run the last great herds of buffalo in east Africa.

Chada Katavi sits on the edge of the wide Chada Plain, under a canopy of acacia and tamarind trees. It's a magnet for game, with the best game-viewing seen often from your tent veranda.

Six traditional East African safari tents follow the line of the edge of the plain. The tents are wide and spacious, with large shade net windows to let in light and air. The private bathroom tents are set just behind, and have traditional bucket showers and long drop toilets. Hot and cold water is available on request.

Unbelievable game with vast herd of buffalo roaming the plains, also elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, crocodiles and masses of hippos. After a day of adventure and discovery, return to the creature comforts of Chada Katavi. Daily game drives in 4WD vehicles, fly camping under the stars, outstanding birding, and walking safaris.

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