Katavi Wildlife Camp offers traditional tented accommodation hidden between the trees in a pristine remote area of the park. The tents are basic yet very spacious and comfortable.
Katavi Wildlife Camp Highlights
Katavi National Park gets very few visitors each year due to its remoteness and is only accessible by light aircraft which ensures a private safari experience. Katavi Wildlife Camp offers traditional, tented accommodation hidden between the trees in a pristine area of the park. The tents are basic, yet very spacious and comfortable. The guiding at Katavi is of very high standard and expert guides will accompany guests on walking safaris and game drives in open safari vehicles exploring this remote and prestigious corner of western Tanzania.
- Meru style tents are surprisingly spacious with en suite bathrooms.
- Katavi National Park is Tanzania's third largest and most remote National Park.
- 400 species of bird identified.
Katavi Wildlife Camp Game Viewing and Activities
Katavi National Park is the third largest National Park in Tanzania; however, it is isolated and is one of the least visited parks ensuring a private and personal safari experience. The park offers spectacular scenery, as well as, an abundance of wildlife and is ideal for visitors looking for a wild and traditional safari experience. Katavi offers Tanzania's largest population of crocodiles and hippos, while lion and leopard can frequently be seen; huge population of herbivores include impala, eland, topi, zebra and herds of buffalo up to 1600 strong. The rare, honey coloured puku antelope is one of the park's richest wildlife viewing rewards. The park's most important geographical features are the wet grass plains to the north, Lake Chada to the south east and the Katuma River. These areas are especially rich in wildlife. The best time to visit this park is during the dry season (May to October.
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andBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas
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andBeyond Klein's Camp
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