Rating: Deluxe Price from: £580 - £890 pp full board
Chitabe Lediba is situated on one of the most beautiful islands in the Delta on the other side from it's sister camp, Chitabe.
Chitabe Lediba has 5 spacious tents built on raised decks with luxurious interiors. They all have an ensuite bathroom as well as an additional outdoor shower and a veranda with views of the floodplains. The main dining room, lounge and bar areas have views out over the flood plains and small waterhole. The camp also has a swimming pool.
Activities include day and night game drives and guided walking safaris. For those guests who really want to experience the bush, the camp can arrange "sleep outs" at one of the two hides on the concession. These hides are raised off the ground and guests sleep under mosquito nets and dine around the fire.
Photographs courtesy of Wilderness Safaris.
Open: Open all year.
Location: The camp is in the Chitabe Concession and borders the Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta. It is a 30 minute drive from Chitabe airstrip.
Rooms: 5 Meru-style tents on raised wooden decks, with en-suite bathroom and an outdoor shower. These 5 tents include 2 family units with adjoining bedrooms and a shared bathroom. Each tent has a veranda.
Activities: Morning and afternoon game drives. The afternoon drives usually include some nocturnal wildlife viewing. Guided walks are also offered, led by experienced guides.
Facilities: There is a dining area and sitting area, open plan and under thatch, plus a pool, all overlooking the lediba (lagoon cum waterhole) after which the camp is named. A small library has a range of books and magazines, as well as children's games. The camp has a curio shop. There are 2 elevated platforms for game viewing in the camp.
Dining: Meals are served communally around a long table. Some evening meals and barbecues are served in the boma.
Children: The camp accepts children of all ages. Families with children tend to be kept separate from other guests. The walkways to the rooms are about a metre off the ground, so may not be suitable for younger children. The camp is unfenced, so children should be kept under supervision at all times.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is no internet or mobile reception. A satellite phone can be hired by guests. A CB radio is used in case of emergencies.