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: four-poster beds, pure white fabrics and a private open-air en-suite bathroom (otherwise known as a “loo with a view”), which has become a distinct trademark for this world-renowned tented safari camp. Look out from the main lodge’s spacious teak deck, or from the shaded swimming pool, and you’ll realize just how ensconced you are in the wilderness. Scenic channels dotted with water lilies and hippos are entwined with expansive views of the river and the Zambezi escarpment, making for postcard perfect vistas. The camp is well equipped with game viewing vehicles, boats and canoes, which mean you’ll have many opportunities to explore this stunning landscape with Sausage Tree’s knowledgeable and experienced guides. Guided walks reveal some of the regions smaller creatures, and you’ll get a real sense of the bush as you trek along through the timeless floodplain. In addition to traditional game viewing, guests can revel in the plentiful bird-watching opportunities and in fishing for bream and tiger fish.