Chada is in one of the most remote parts of Tanzania – Katavi National Park, renowned for its enormous pods of hippos, its huge herds of buffalo and its wildness. This is also home to the rare puku, sable and roan antelopes. Elephants are often feeding near camp.
The camp has only six accommodation tents, and it is possible to “fly-camp” from here in even more remote spots!
Nights are punctuated by hippos bellowing, and the calls of lion, and hyena on the prowl.