Chitabe Lediba

Okavango Delta Botswana

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.

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