The second thing we noticed on our way in, was the enormous amount of buffalo. It felt like over a thousand beasts had surrounded the 4x4 and were grazing in the floodplains. Elephant were also in there in their usual abundance, some straying within metres of the camp. Wildlife are simply drawn to this constant water supply.
You have to be fully self-sufficient in this wild camp and the only thing provided is a clean ablution block, so be sure to bring firewood and other necessities in with you. Ihaha is about unfenced excitement. Just after sunset we had a snuffling honey badger in camp and predators are also known to sweep through - if you're lucky.
Also read: The best way to see wildlife in the Chobe National Park.