Here are some pictures taken by the Expert Africa team on their last visit to Chada Fly-camping
Chada fly-camping: Our full report
In a place as big as Katavi National Park, it's possible to travel long distances exploring many areas and still not see any other vehicles. To help reach the more distant corners of Katavi, the Chada Camp's team can arrange one- or two-night fly-camping trips. These are often combined with walking safaris to help you to appreciate the sheer scale and remoteness of this park.
A few members of staff will go ahead to set up the camp, which consists of small dome tents of mosquito netting with comfy mattresses, proper quilts and pillows, a (hot) bucket shower and a long-drop toilet.
You'll return from your drive or walk to a cold drink, a roaring fire and a first-class dinner under the stars in one of Africa's most remote locations. Note that this is available (for a supplement) as part of a trip including Chada Camp; fly-camping in Katavi should always be arranged in advance.
Walking safaris: Walking safaris are usually integral to fly-camping trips - and both combined give a really great sense of this amazing wilderness area.See more ideas for Walking safaris in Tanzania
Generally recommended for children: No
Power supply: None
Health & safety
Malarial protection recommended: Yes
Dangerous animals: High Risk
Disabled access: Not Possible