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Old Mondoro Bushcamp
|43%|98% (50 reviews)
Old Mondoro Bushcamp takes its name from the Shona word for lion. It is a small and simple bush camp situated on the banks of the Zambezi River, overlooking reed islands where buffalo feed and hippos bask.
As there are only four bush chalets at Old Mondoro this simple ... Read more about Old Mondoro Bushcamp
|43%|98% (145 reviews)
Home to John and Carol Coppinger, the founders of Remote Africa Safaris, Tafika is a small and apparently fairly rustic camp standing on the banks of the Luangwa River, on the north side of the beautiful Nsefu Sector of South Luangwa National Park. Tafika and its two satellite ... Read more about Tafika
|31%|95% (105 reviews)
The well-established Kaingo Camp overlooks the Luangwa River from beneath an old grove of ebony trees. Owned by Derek Shenton and his family, it’s one of the few owner-run camps remaining in South Luangwa National Park. Derek still heads up the team and is frequently in ... Read more about Kaingo Camp
|21%|95% (95 reviews)
Built on the banks of the Luangwa River, Nkwali Camp sits under the shade of tall mahogany, ebony and sausage trees. Owned and run by Robin Pope Safaris the camp is well situated a relatively short drive from Mfuwe Airport and overlooking South Luangwa National Park.
Nkwali ... Read more about Nkwali
|18%|99% (70 reviews)
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Mwamba is the smaller ... Read more about Mwamba Bushcamp
|16%|93% (67 reviews)
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|13%|98% (68 reviews)
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Taj Pamodzi Hotel
|10%|77% (74 reviews)
The Taj Pamodzi Hotel, in the centre of Lusaka, and is most frequently used by our travellers as a stop-over hotel for just one night, typically for those who need to connect onto the early morning flight with British Airways back to London.
It's a large, slightly impersonal ... Read more about Taj Pamodzi Hotel
Chikoko Tree Camp
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Chikoko Tree Camp is an exceptionally small and intimate bushcamp that overlooks the seasonal Chikoko River – a scenic, winding channel lined by shady ebony trees. It is set in a remote area of the South Luangwa National Park that is exclusive to walking safaris; there ... Read more about Chikoko Tree Camp
Royal Livingstone Hotel
|8%|92% (55 reviews)
Situated in close proximity to the Victoria Falls, the five-star Royal Livingstone Hotel has 173 luxurious and well-appointed rooms, complete with satellite TV. They are relatively modest in size, but by contrast, the hotel's lounge and dining room are grand and airy - ... Read more about Royal Livingstone Hotel
Eight Reedbuck Hotel
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|7%|92% (42 reviews)
Set on the steep banks of the Zambezi River, about 18km upstream from the Victoria Falls, Tongabezi has long been one of the region's most romantic – and exclusive – hideaways. It was founded in 1990, many years before most of Africa’s safari lodges, and from the beginning ... Read more about Tongabezi
|7%|93% (9 reviews)
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|7%|95% (76 reviews)
Kapani, which means “the place of the Mopane trees", is situated on the banks of a permanent ox-bow lagoon, just outside South Luangwa National Park. Set under mature trees, Kapani is a cool, calm and solidly reassuring place to relax at the start or end of your safari... Read more about Kapani Lodge
Islands of Siankaba
|5%|95% (42 reviews)
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|5%|98% (48 reviews)
The tiny and stylishly rustic Crocodile Bushcamp – also known as Crocodile River Camp – is one half of a pair of bushcamps, known as ‘the Chikoko Trails Camps’ which occupy a remote section of the South Luangwa National Park where no vehicles are permitted. Made of reed ... Read more about Crocodile Bushcamp
City Lodge OR Tambo
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Mchenja Bushcamp is Norman Carr Safaris' flagship and most luxurious bushcamp. It's a beautiful camp in a lovely setting within an ebony grove, beside a bend of the Luangwa River. We loved Mchenja Bushcamp when we recently visited in June 2010! The whole camp, including ... Read more about Mchenja Bushcamp
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