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Okavango Delta, Botswana

Wilderness Chitabe Camp

Luxury camp with exclusive access to a private Delta conservancy

Eight Meru-style tents in a predator hotspot

Sister camp to the Wilderness Chitabe Lediba, these eight traditional Meru tents in the Chitabe Concession occupy an island in the south-east of the Okavango Delta, providing very luxurious accommodation with a reassuring amount of space.

Suspended on stilted wooden decks amongst the riverine trees of the Chitabe concession, each tent features twin or double beds, en-suite facilities and both indoor and outdoor showers. With public spaces, such as the bar and lounge, built on raised decks, the views across the Okavango floodplain are brilliant to wake up to.

With the area at large renowned for its broad range of habitats and substantial biodiversity, both night and day game drives are the activity of choice, and where bird watching also excellent. As your game drives take place in the same area as the Wilderness Chitabe Lediba, the viewing experience is identical.


8 spacious tents

Swimming pool and deck


Dining area and lounge

Day and night game drives


Nature walks

The impact of your stay:

  • Wilderness has made a substantial impact in Botswana, covering a cumulative area of approximately 456,800 hectares. The land, leased from the local community, ensures that the economic benefits derived from introducing tourism reach the people living in these areas.
  • Children in the Wilderness Botswana stands as a testament to Wilderness’s commitment to community engagement and education. This impactful program, designed to promote sustainable conservation through leadership development and education, takes various forms. It includes hosting Eco-Club programmes at local schools and organising annual camps for children within the rural communities residing on the fringes of Africa’s wild areas.
  • With camps strategically positioned across the continent, Wilderness has successfully conserved over 2.3 million hectares of land. Their ambitious goal is to expand this conservation effort to 5 million hectares by 2030, showcasing their dedication to preserving and protecting vast natural landscapes for future generations.
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