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The Okavango Chitabe Concession
, also known as NG31
, is a private safari area located to the southeast of the Okavango Delta
in northern Botswana
This excellent concession covers around 250 square kilometres to the east of the delta and is restricted to just 20 guests in three small camps, around 6 square kilometres per person, which is a relatively low visitor density.
Although surrounded by rivers, the core of this concession is relatively dry, with a patchwork of forests and small open grasslands. The camps therefore focus solely on land-based safari activities and therefore need to be combined with other wetter camps if you are after the full Okavango Delta experience.
The upside is that it usually leads to more reliable wildlife sightings, especially predators, with leopards being particularly high on the agenda. The area also has a reputation for unusual sightings. We can certainly back this up from personal experience, having seen honey-badgers and aardwolves here on more than one occasion.SeasonsAccommodationTrips