Katavi National Park consists of a series of secret floodplains that open up in front of you as you arrive through their woodland fringes. Katavi Wildlife Camp is cunningly camouflaged in this woodland.
Katavi is Tanzania's third largest National Park (4471sqkm) and most remote park. The Katavi plains are home to the last great herds of Buffalo in Africa and yet each year only a few hundred people are privileged enough to experience it. If you have the time and resources Katavi is the ultimate off the beaten track safari destination.
Katavi - Great Herds without the Hordes. This park is for the connoisseur of Africa travelers who like to visit the most remote places, away from the crowds.
Katavi's 3 floodplains - Lake Katavi, Katisunga (the main plain in between), and L.Chada - are strung together by the Katuma river and boast one of the largest population of Hippopotami and crocodiles while providing a habitat for an abundance of waterfowl. Katavi's vast
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