Located on the same island as its sister Chitabe Camp, Chitabe Lediba Camp provides the same safari opportunities from a more intimate lodging setting. The Chitabe camps are named for the Chitabe Concession in which they reside, neighboring the more famous Moremi Game Reserve in the southeast corner of the Okavango Delta.
Chitabe Lediba overlooks a small lediba—a vestige of a lagoon that has become a watering hole—and residents can observe visiting wildlife from the porch of their tents. The camp is ideal for small groups or families, with five spacious tents and a common lounge and dining area. Two elevated platforms in the camp provide a birds-eye perspective for wildlife viewing by day and the opportunity for open-air sleeping at night.
The Chitabe Concession comprises a wide range of habitats from savanna to forest to wetlands. This provides for a diversity of safari experiences. Morning and afternoon game drives allow adventurers to observe the herds of antelope, buffalo, zebra, and elephant as well as the prized predators including lion, cheetah, and leopard. The afternoon drives are planned to extend after sunset in hope of spotting rare nocturnal animals such as genet, civet, serval, and aardwolf.