Katavi National Park - Natural, Untamed Beauty
Situated in the western sector of Tanzania is the magnificent Katavi National Park. At 4 471 km² (1 726 square miles), it is the country’s third largest national park, offering a spectacular assortment of habitats, ranging from sprawling wetlands, brimming with hippo and crocodile, to original miombo woodlands - home to leopard, lion and buffalo.
The park’s remote location has ensured that it has maintained its natural, untamed beauty and has become home to more elusive animal species such as roan and sable antelope. Birding enthusiasts will delight in the fantastic array of species found in the park and the many breathtaking landscapes, which make for remarkable photographic opportunities.
- Remote location with pristine landscapes
- Superb variation of habitats
- Fantastic birdwatching opportunities
- Home to the rare roan and sable antelope species
- Great leopard, lion and buffalo sightings
From $ 595
Chada Katavi is situated at the core of Katavi National Park, reputed to be one of the wildest places on earth. The camp comprises six traditional-style safari tents with unrivalled views and large, comfortable beds that perfectly complement this wild bush environment.
From $ 4,660 To $ 5,517 per person sharing
Choose between the quiet thrill of tracking chimpanzees along the forested mountain slopes of Mahale Mountains National Park or exploring the remote wilderness of Katavi National Park. The Mahale Mountains lie alongside Lake Tanganyika, offering snorkelling and fishing. Discover huge herds of...
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