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Chief's Camp
Chief's Camp
Chief's Camp
Chief's Camp
Chief's Camp
Chief's Camp

Chief's Camp: gallery


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Chief's Camp: video gallery


Chief's Camp: picture gallery


Chiefs Camp lies beneath mixed woodland on Chiefs Island within the Moremi Game Reserve.
The camp is reached by light aircraft into Piajio Airstrip, about 5 to 10 minutes drive from camp.
At the heart of the camp is the thatched main area, with sandy paths to the rooms on either side.
...with views over Piajio Floodplain where wildlife is often seen.
With the occasional friendly visitor!
Guests are usually encouraged to dine together but individual tables are easily arranged on request.
Meals are generally buffet style, such as breakfast which is served before the morning activity...
The main living room area.
Large swimming pool at Chiefs Camp
...and high tea served before the afternoon activity.
An army of friendly and helpful staff make you feel very welcome.
Eye-catching photography decorates the bar.
Boma area overlooking the floodplain.
And there's a curio shop selling a range of crafts.
Chief Camps rooms are largely solid structures with tented walls and a thatch roof.
Each room has a deck overlooking the flooplain.
The rooms are spacious with a lounge area, desk, minibar and comfortable beds.
Large mesh windows and doors give a good view and allow the breeze through.
The en suite has a separate toilet, twin basins, and vanity table...
...and massive outdoor shower...
...and massive indoor bathtub overlooking the veranda and plunge pool.
Activities focus mainly on game drives, and seasonal mokoro trips are also offered.
Scenic helicopter flights and wellness treatments are available at extra cost.
A mix of dry and wet habitats attract a variety of wildlife, including excellent birdwatching.
Chiefs Island has a reputation as one of the top game viewing areas in Botswana.
A large number of impala young are born during November, as the rainy season begins.
Sightings include giraffe, elephant, lion, antelope, leopard, spotted hyena, zebra and buffalo.
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Chiefs Camp lies beneath mixed woodland on Chiefs Island within the Moremi Game Reserve.
Chiefs Camp lies beneath mixed woodland on Chiefs Island within the Moremi Game Reserve.
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The camp is reached by light aircraft into Piajio Airstrip, about 5 to 10 minutes drive from camp.
The camp is reached by light aircraft into Piajio Airstrip, about 5 to 10 minutes drive from camp.
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At the heart of the camp is the thatched main area, with sandy paths to the rooms on either side.
At the heart of the camp is the thatched main area, with sandy paths to the rooms on either side.
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...with views over Piajio Floodplain where wildlife is often seen.
...with views over Piajio Floodplain where wildlife is often seen.
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With the occasional friendly visitor!
With the occasional friendly visitor!
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Guests are usually encouraged to dine together but individual tables are easily arranged on request.
Guests are usually encouraged to dine together but individual tables are easily arranged on request.
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Meals are generally buffet style, such as breakfast which is served before the morning activity...
Meals are generally buffet style, such as breakfast which is served before the morning activity...
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The main living room area.
The main living room area.
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Large swimming pool at Chiefs Camp
Large swimming pool at Chiefs Camp
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...and high tea served before the afternoon activity.
...and high tea served before the afternoon activity.
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An army of friendly and helpful staff make you feel very welcome.
An army of friendly and helpful staff make you feel very welcome.
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Eye-catching photography decorates the bar.
Eye-catching photography decorates the bar.
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Boma area overlooking the floodplain.
Boma area overlooking the floodplain.
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And there's a curio shop selling a range of crafts.
And there's a curio shop selling a range of crafts.
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Chief Camps rooms are largely solid structures with tented walls and a thatch roof.
Chief Camps rooms are largely solid structures with tented walls and a thatch roof.
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Each room has a deck overlooking the flooplain.
Each room has a deck overlooking the flooplain.
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The rooms are spacious with a lounge area, desk, minibar and comfortable beds.
The rooms are spacious with a lounge area, desk, minibar and comfortable beds.
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Large mesh windows and doors give a good view and allow the breeze through.
Large mesh windows and doors give a good view and allow the breeze through.
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The en suite has a separate toilet, twin basins, and vanity table...
The en suite has a separate toilet, twin basins, and vanity table...
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...and massive outdoor shower...
...and massive outdoor shower...
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...and massive indoor bathtub overlooking the veranda and plunge pool.
...and massive indoor bathtub overlooking the veranda and plunge pool.
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Activities focus mainly on game drives, and seasonal mokoro trips are also offered.
Activities focus mainly on game drives, and seasonal mokoro trips are also offered.
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Scenic helicopter flights and wellness treatments are available at extra cost.
Scenic helicopter flights and wellness treatments are available at extra cost.
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A mix of dry and wet habitats attract a variety of wildlife, including excellent birdwatching.
A mix of dry and wet habitats attract a variety of wildlife, including excellent birdwatching.
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Chiefs Island has a reputation as one of the top game viewing areas in Botswana.
Chiefs Island has a reputation as one of the top game viewing areas in Botswana.
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A large number of impala young are born during November, as the rainy season begins.
A large number of impala young are born during November, as the rainy season begins.
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Sightings include giraffe, elephant, lion, antelope, leopard, spotted hyena, zebra and buffalo.
Sightings include giraffe, elephant, lion, antelope, leopard, spotted hyena, zebra and buffalo.

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