Having come from the Delta, this bush camp was a bit of shock at first - very dusty and barren looking. However we soon learnt to not be influenced by first impressions. The game viewing down by the river plains was great, two different leopards, lion, lots of ellies and antelope and also a honey badger as well as the expected others. The river plains are very garden of eden-ish and allow for great shots across the vista with a great variety of animals and birds visible. The advantage of the camp is that you can be out and about earlier and later than those traveling in from more luxurious accommodation outside of the park.
Having said the camp was dusty and barren looking, the beds are very comfy with good linen, their are flush toilets (an amazing feat given the camp is mobile) and the food great. A note for those who are not used to camping, we flushed the toilet only when absolutely necessary (for example not after every wee) not because we were asked to but because providing flush toilets in that environment is clearly a huge effort for the staff.
Our guide was Stanza, and he is an amazing tracker/spotter, able to spot animals such as leopard and lions with what seemed like super powered eye-sight. As long as you obey the safari rules (do not stand up in the vehicle to get a better shot) the animals are very accustomed to tourist presence and do not deviate their path because you happen to be parked there (with the exception of one very cranky old buffalo who went back to the bushes to charge us again). The boat ride is also an amazing experience and allows even more close up encounters with the animals. Definitely would recommend Chobe Tented Safari Camp although I found the constant 'This is Chobe' mantra irritating.