Tinga Camp is set on the banks of the Tinga River, surrounded by impressive tamarind trees. This is a classic rondavel style camp, consisting of a total of 20 chalets. 12 are standard and 8 are refurbished to superior standard. Each room has en-suite facilities, mosquito nets and ceiling fans. Tinga's comfortable main area has wonderful views over the surrounding bush and is the ideal spot to relax, do some birding or visit the underground hide within walking distance. The camp serves an eclectic mix of Chadian and Western cuisine, and also offers bush dinners. The camp is in the heart of an excellent game viewing area and to explore this beautiful and inspirational park, the camp offers game drives and night drives in open 4x4 vehicles and bush walks. A visit to the local community market is also a highlight of a visit to Zakouma.
Access to the camp is by charter flight from N’djamena the capital of Chad and we recommend overnighting there before flying out to the camp. For local clientele, the large main area is an ideal space to host a conference, corporate workshop or team-building event.
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Children over 15 pay adult rates. All rates are on a full board basis and include accommodation, all meals and twice daily game drives. Rates do not include park entry fees, gratuities, optional activities and drinks.
Double tent (pppn sharing)
International: from $156 pppn
Regional: from XAF 71,500 pppn
Local: from XAF 65,000 pppn
Single (per night)
International: $203 pppn
Regional: from XAF 92,950 pppn
Local: from XAF 84,500 pppn
Child 5-15 (sharing in a triple)
International: from $78 pppn
Regional: from XAF 35,750 pppn
Local: from XAF 30,000 pppn
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