Located in Katavi National Park, Palahala Camp will give guests an opportunity to experience the wildlife, and the wonderfully tourist-free part of Africa. Katavi is a remote park in the southwest of Tanzania, home to more hippos and crocodiles than anywhere else in Africa. Palahala, which means "sable antelope" in Swahili, sits on the banks of the Kapapa River. Palah ...ala Camp features walk-in tents that are built on elevated wooden platforms, with large verandas overlooking the plain. All tents includes a bathroom, generator-powered electricity, and solar heated water. The camp is environmentally friendly, built from local materials and uses solar power.