Stunning Tented Safari Camp in the Chitabe Cocession, Okavango Delta, Botswana
Special SADC Rate
per person per night sharing. Valid until 31 March 2023, thereafter book within 30 days of travel.
Rates are subject to currency fluctuations.
The Chitabe Concession, Okavango Delta, Botswana
Named after the river it borders, Gomoti Plains camp lies alongside one of the smaller of the water system’s flood plains. Framed by towering palm trees, our iconic canvas tents provide eco-luxurious comfort in an area that is alive with superb land and water-based game-viewing opportunities.
The area is known for its large concentrations of wildlife which thrive on the Gomoti plains and waterways. This exclusive area has been a well-kept secret for many years. The Gomoti region has been the local haunt of many of the older guides and Okavango dwellers who refer to it in nostalgic terms when they used to camp along this river system. This wild and pristine area has over the years produced some phenomenal wildlife encounters including the filming and studying of the African wild dog packs which inhabit this area. Travel the waterways by motorboat and mokoro and traverse the Gomoti plains and its dense wildlife concentrations.
Stay in one of 10 luxury tents which include two luxury family tents and 8 luxury double tents, en-suite. The Suites are raised on wooden decks overlooking the Gomoti river system. Relish local cuisine with expertly prepared fine dining served on-site, all-inclusive in your stay. Gaze at the stars in unpolluted skies while you unwind to the sounds of the bush.
Return vehicle airstrip transfer fees
Alcoholic & non-alcoholic beverages (excluding imported and premium drinks)
Park fees & conservation & community levy
Walking safaris are conducted with armed guides and time is taken to observe the smaller things in the bush that one normally misses when driving.
The Gomoti trees line the waterways and provide excellent cover for nesting water birds such as herons and storks, travel these waterways by either motorboat and mokoro.
The wildlife in the area is prolific and chances are good to see some of the larger predators along with herds of elephant and buffalo.