Chitabe Camp is located in an exclusive photographic reserve alongside the Moremi Game Reserve. The reserve's boundary in the east - the Gomoti Channel and the Santantadibe River in the west.
The area is made up of a superb variety of habitats, which include waterways and marshlands, dry Acacia and Mopane woodland, riverine areas, open grasslands and seasonally flooded plains. Chitabe has the classic Okavango scenery.
The diverse eco-systems in turn make for a wonderful array of wildlife, including Elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, and Cheetah, as well as most other species of wildlife associated with Africa.
Chitabe is particularly famous for the enormous herds of Buffalo that move through the concession, and for sightings of the rare and highly endangered African painted Wolf ('Wild Dog').