Chada Camp

Chada Camp: Information from the owner

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Type Safari Lodge
Last updated 19-Jun-2014

Main description of Chada Camp

Chada Camp: Facilities

Property facilities Library
Room facilities En-Suite, Outside Shower, Verandah
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Safaris, Walks

Room types at Chada Camp

Chada Katavi flycamping

Chada Katavi flycamping

Venture out for a night under the starry sky. Flycamping is a way of shedding amenities without being uncomfortable, and getting as close to nature as possible. The camp is set up by a small team, while you enjoy a guided bushwalk, arriving in time for sunset and a cold gin and tonic by the fire. Tents are made of heavy duty netting, encasing a deep bedroll, made up with fresh sheets, cosy blankets and soft pillows, so quite comfy. There's a safari style bucket shower and a short-drop toilet which is located a modest distance away. The camp is lit by paraffin lamps and there are torches and a scout who keeps any curious creatures at a distance. You'll eat well. A three course dinner and good breakfast is standard (unless you're planning to walk back to camp in time for breakfast). One night is the norm, and it's essential to pre-book if your interested in fly camping.

Chada Katavi tents

Chada Katavi tents

Large, airy en-suite tents with a big verandah, twin or double beds with fresh linen and a pioneering style. There's a place to hang clothes, a bureau, chairs on the verandah on which to sit and enjoy the sounds and sights of the bush. Bathrooms are en-suite but a short distance from the tent, and open to the canopy. Safari-style bucket showers lend a sense of adventure and help us keep our environmental footprint small in this area of scarce water. There's also an eco-flush toilet which is both convenient and uses relatively little water. The tents are scattered among a grove of tall tamarind trees, which in turn attract monkeys, elephants and other wildlife. It's not uncommon to watch a herd of impala wonder by while you're enjoying a cup of tea on your verandah, or have an elephant walk past while you have a siesta.