A little upstream from sister camp Mwaleshi, also on the Luangwa River and a purely walking camp. It comprises 2 small camps (Chikoko Tree & Crocodile Rver) with simple accommodation for the adventurous, with highly skilled trackers to lead you.
One of Africa’s remotest camps, walking only (there are hardly any roads). Big herds of elephant and buffalo, and lots of lion too. Simple and rustic chalets are dramatically open to the elements – a real adventure for the hardy safari-goer.
Neat colonial camp on the river with a range of activities including fishing and walking safari, and a comfortable feeling for the less adventurous.
Fresh camp is the first in this remote reserve, opening up a region which few have seen – with Africa’s 2nd biggest wildebeest migration & hyenas hunting in packs of up to 50. Dramatic tented villas by top safari architects. Very exciting new destination.
Has a small version of the migration
Rustic, remote camp run by the dedicated Coppinger family with satellite bush camps (see Chikoko Trails). Active people will love it – great walking and mountain bike safaris. Rebuilt every year for safari season, using thatch and reeds. Day trips to the eccentric manor of “The Africa House” fame.
Isolated camp overlooking water which attracts lots of game. Thatch tents with plunge pools and lux touches which are a treat in this remote area.
Remote, romantic and right on the river, with good game viewing in this corner of the reserve, which has few other visitors. Cosy stone chalets.
Built from wood and thatch in the shade of giant mahogany trees overlooking waterholes, this camp blends into the bush. Good game viewing in the area.