The Camp is located in the heart of Katavi National Park. It occupies a lovely woodland spot on the edge of Chada Plain.
NUMBER OF ROOMS & DESCRIPTION:
Chada Katavi’s 6 tentshave big gauze windows that can be opened up to the breeze. They are raised up on wooden platforms on the edge of the Chada Plainwidely separated for privacy. They have wide-open fronts and lots of shade net windows to let in the passing breeze. Inside each tent, large beds, subtle natural fabrics, palm matting and a writing desk make for a stylish safari interior; outside, canvas chairs on the veranda remind you that a Chada safari isn’t about excessive luxury. The private tented bathroom is slightly separate, a few paces from your tent, and includes a long-drop toilet and a bucket shower (hot water available on request).
RESTAURANTS & BAR:
The camp has a tented library and lounge, and also a separate bar and dining area, the venue for informal meals, after which guests gravitate to the nearby campfire for drinks. The meals are served in – or outdoor. Chada is well organized, friendly and very personal. It’s also very wild; the camp feels as if it is part of the Katavi’s bush, not insulated from it.
OTHER FACILITIES & SERVICES:
Game drives, walking safaris guided by an armed ranger