Katavi National Park is situated in the far southwest of Tanzania, making it a bit more of an effort to get to and ensuring that safaris here are uninterrupted by other humans or safari vehicles. Due to its remoteness, there are also not many camps, allowing for a bit more exclusivity. Camps are tented and relatively small. This is real African bush; uncrowded, untamed and unhurried.
The biggest attraction of Katavi National Park, besides its abundant game, is its remoteness, allowing one to experience the African wild without crowds and congestion. Most camps are situated on or near a waterhole or river, to get the best game viewing chances not only on game drives and walks but from within the camps themselves.
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Katavi Wildlife Camp is one of a handful of camps in the remote Katavi National Park in Tanzania, offering an uncrowded and spectacular African safari. Unobtrusively built amongst the trees on the edge of the Katisunga floodplains, the small and simple yet stylish tented camp offers incredible views. During the wet season, the plain fills with water and the birdlife is spectacular. During the dry season, expansive herds of game can be seen making their way to the permanent water source nearby.
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Welcome to untamed Africa! Tanzania's Southern Circuit has all the remoteness you could ask for. It's an uncrowded, unspoilt and unhurried safari experience that you'll be hard-pressed to experience elsewhere. Enjoy the top destinations of Ruaha, Katavi and Selous before rounding the trip off with 5 days at an exclusive tropical island paradise.