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Accommodation in Zambia

Busanga Bush Camp

The Kafue National Park is 22 500 sq km, one of the largest National Parks in Africa. In the extreme north of the Kafue lie the Busanga Plains – one of Zambia’s most significant wetland resources and one of the few areas in the world that remain untouched by development and human activity. The Busanga Plains cover an area of... read more

Chiawa Camp

Designed to complement its natural setting, Chiawa is an idyllic escape well situated for explorations in Lower Zambezi National Park. The 8 en-suite tents are ensconced in a grove of mahogany trees, with private verandahs perfect for relaxing and enjoying your idyllic location on the Zambezi River. ... read more

Chichele Presidential Lodge

The South Luangwa National Park is a place of primeval forest and lush savanna, stretching for hundreds of miles and encompassing the Luangwa River basin, its adjacent highlands and a mosaic of different habitats extending outwards from the central river. Formerly a private Presidential retreat, Chichele occupies one of the ... read more


Situated in 24 hectares of private Luangwa River frontage, just upstream from sister camp Kapani Lodge in the South Luangwa National Park, is the new generation of Zambian bush camps, Chinzombo. Nestled within the shade of ancient trees on a wildlife rich ridge, Chinzombo brings levels of comfort, style and elegance previously ... read more

Chongwe River Camp

Chongwe River Camp is situated on the confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi Rivers, directly opposite Mana Pools. The Chongwe River is the boundary of the Lower Zambezi National Park, a four thousand square kilometer pristine sanctuary, teeming with game, and said to be one of the continent's... read more

Chongwe Safari House

Chongwe Safari House is situated at the end of a massive winter thorn grove, on the banks of the peaceful Chongwe River, a tributary of the Zambezi. The view of the nearby mountainous escarpment is spectacular. On entering the house, the main room has low bridges over flowing water. From this room you look out over the deck ... read more

Kapani Lodge

Accommodating 18 guests, Kapani is a privately owned lodge set on an ox-bow lagoon of the Luangwa River. The lodge is affiliated with Norman Carr, a Zambian legend who pioneered walking safaris here in the 1950s, and the lodge exudes a connection to the wilderness that Mr. Carr so loved. The eight standard suites ... read more

Luangwa Safari House

Luangwa Safari House is situated approximately 1 km from Nkwali camp. The super structure of the house is twenty-five ancient and weathered Leadwood trees. The massive entrance door opens into the huge main room and instantly you see incredible views through the front of the house – which is completely open. ... read more

Mchenja Bush Camp

Mchenja Bush Camp lies hidden in a shady grove of age-old ebony trees on the bank of the Luangwa River. The camp comprises five stylishly designed tents each under its own thatched roof, and each with private en-suite shower, open-air bathroom facilities and inside bath... read more

Nkwali Camp

Nkwali Camp overlooks the South Luangwa National Park. The land is superb for game viewing, with a beautiful area of ebony woodland and open grass plains... read more


Situated in the exclusive Nsefu Sector on a magnificent meander on the Luangwa River across which elephants often cross lies the historic camp Nsefu. Nsefu is one steeped in history and was built in 1951 and barring some upgrades the camp and rooms are still in the same place in the original style. ... read more

River Club

Mere minutes from one of the most striking Wonders of the World—inimitable Victoria Falls—River Club’s superb location is just the beginning of the luxuries it offers. The property recalls the Edwardian elegance of yore: a place where you can set off intrepidly in search of game... read more

Royal Livingstone Hotel

Thrillingly perched on the edge of the Eastern Cataract of Victoria Falls, The Royal Livingstone is a five-star oasis of luxury ideally situated for admiring one of nature’s grandest spectacles. The hotel consists of colonial style buildings stretched along the Zambezi River, and each of the 173 en-suite rooms ... read more

Sausage Tree Camp

Sausage Tree is a stylish camp—made up of six luxurious Bedouin-style, en-suite tents set unobtrusively along the riverbank—is set in the midst of a diverse ecosystem in the Lower Zambezi National Park. Each en-suite tent is shaded by sausage and mahogany trees and features details as comfortable as they are stylish... read more

Sussi Lodge

Sussi & Chuma is named after David Livingstone’s faithful companions and consist of an intimate lodge and two exclusive houses, both of which are situated to make the most of the amazing views that the sweeping Zambezi River provides. Guest accommodation at consists of 12 luxury tree houses and two 2-bedroomed houses... read more

Tena Tena

Tena Tena is a remote camp within the South Luangwa National Park on a sweeping bend of the Luangwa River. A grove of mahogany trees shades seven large custom-made tents. From the thatched dining room and bar, guests can watch the elephants, hippo and antelope on the riverbanks. Nearby there is a spectacular lagoon... read more

Toka Leya

Toka Leya Camp overlooking the mighty Zambezi River and some of its islands is situated in the eastern sector of the Mosi-Oa-Tunya National Park, some 12km up from the Victoria Falls. Toka Leya Camp consists of 12 spacious en-suite safari-style tents. Wooden walkways snake between the units and main area... read more

Zambezi Kulefu Camp

Zambezi Kulefu Camp – “the faraway place”, located on a permanent channel of the Zambezi, is shaded by massive Winterthorn Acacias which provide a cool and relaxing location to watch the world go by. The camp offers seven spacious tented chalets with twin or double beds, mosquito nets and en-suite facilities, offering a relaxing ... read more