Neat colonial camp on the river with a range of activities including fishing and walking safari, and a comfortable feeling for the less adventurous.
A beautiful camp to relax at – on a quiet channel of the Zambezi, lux wood & canvas tents with 4 poster beds, boat cruises, fishing, sunsets over the water, and a lap pool. Honeymoon suites have private pools, as does the private villa Kigelia House. Adjacent to sister camp Potato Bush.
Newer addition to sister Sausage Tree Camp, also right on the Zambezi. Elegant canvas and wood tents feel more like spacious suites, with their own plunge pools. The really large Family House works as a villa if you’re looking for more privacy.
More rustic than sister camp Chiawa, but also in a quieter area about an hour downstream which is great for walking. Like Chiawa, it offers night drives, tiger fishing and canoe/boat safaris.
Rustic camp built as a community project on an island in the Zambezi – a real adventure to begin here and canoe to the more lux Chongwe, operated by the same company. It’s so small you have the whole place exclusive use. Rooms are open to the elements (no predators on the island) and a magically remote feeling.
Family friendly, kids programme, on the Zambezi. Open year-round, which is unusual in this area. Upriver from Chongwe, same operators.
Wonderful position on the Zambezi, game viewing is mixed but also river cruises, canoeing & fishing to keep you busy. Organically designed River House alongside is exclusive use.
The first camp in this park is still family run, and they’ve created a wonderfully welcoming feel with great food and service, on the banks of the Zambezi. Night drives, tiger fishing, walking and canoe/boat safaris.