Chada Katavi’s tents are raised up on wooden platforms on the edge of the Chada Plain. They have wide-open fronts and lots of shade net windows to let in the passing breeze.
The en-suite bathrooms are at the side, also on platforms, and have eco-flush loos, an urn of cool water to refresh yourself. Safari style bucket showers are the best thing here, tried and tested and we can think of no better way to wash off the Katavi dust under one of these.
In a clearing you’ll find the dining tent and a library, both are comfortable spaces to while away the hours when you’re not out in the midst of a safari adventure. An evening drink around the camp fire is the essence of safari, helping to round off a day of excitement out in the wild.