Lower Zambezi National Park

Lodges & safari camps in Lower Zambezi National Park

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Chongwe River Camp

Chongwe River Camp

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Chongwe River Camp is located at the confluence of the Zambezi River and its tributary, the Chongwe River, which forms the western ...More about Chongwe River Camp

Excellent  95%
(68 reviews)

Interesting camp. Everything about the technical analysis said it should have been great but there were a few issues that let down the overall experience. On the positive ... reviews...

Old Mondoro Bushcamp

Old Mondoro Bushcamp

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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 ...More about Old Mondoro Bushcamp

Excellent  98%
(50 reviews)

We spent four days at Old Mondoro in late October-early November 2013 as part of our honeymoon. This was our second Safari in Africa and a lovely accompaniment to our ... reviews...

Chiawa Camp

Chiawa Camp

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The unpretentious, family-owned and run Chiawa Camp is set in the heart of the game-rich Lower Zambezi National Park. Chiawa ...More about Chiawa Camp

Excellent  96%
(35 reviews)

Chiawa occupies a great location and overall the standards are very high. It is luxurious and is a great place to stay for two or three nights and the guiding is to a very ... reviews...

Sausage Tree Camp

Sausage Tree Camp

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Within the Lower Zambezi National Park, beside the confluence of the picturesque Chifungulu Channel and the Zambezi River is ...More about Sausage Tree Camp

Excellent  95%
(20 reviews)

Good relaxing stay in a very well managed camp. Variety of activities welcome, and the closeness of the river a definite plus in hot September weather. Having expressed ... reviews...

Kasaka River Lodge

Kasaka River Lodge

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Kasaka River Lodge is a relatively simple and functional camp set outside the boundary of the Lower Zambezi National Park. When ...More about Kasaka River Lodge

Excellent  92%
(5 reviews)

We had a great time. The tents are comfortable, my sons were quite close to the staff quarters so a bit less peaceful. The food was delicious. The lodge is a bit far ... reviews...

Tsika Island Camp

Tsika Island Camp

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Tsika Island Camp is a sister-camp of Chongwe River Camp, which started this as a community partnership project on an island ...More about Tsika Island Camp

Excellent  100%
(4 reviews)

This was the highlight of our trip to Lower Zambezi. It felt like a mini expedition setting off to the island for the night. The island is beautiful and the accommodation ... reviews...

Chongwe River House

Chongwe River House

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A short distance from Chongwe River Camp, the spectacular Chongwe River House is a luxurious four-bedroomed house has been designed ...More about Chongwe River House

Excellent  100%
(3 reviews)

The overall experience here was excellent. The originality of the architecture was striking - and stretched ones views on what is possible. The seamless way this team ... reviews...

Anabezi Luxury Tented Camp

Anabezi Luxury Tented Camp

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For many years there’s been a remote and little-used camp at the eastern end of Zambia's Lower Zambezi National Park. It was originally started in 1999, and called Mushika Camp. Despite a great location, it was used very little. Then in 2004 this was re-built, re-opened and re-named as Ana Tree ...More about Anabezi Luxury Camp

Potato Bush Camp

Potato Bush Camp

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The brand new Potato Bush Camp, a sister property to Sausage Tree Camp and located nearby, has recently opened up as a new luxury option in Lower Zambezi. As this property is brand new we haven’t had a chance to visit it yet, but here is what we know about it: Potato Bush Camp has got three ...More about Potato Bush Camp

Zambezi Kulefu Camp

Zambezi Kulefu Camp

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Stop Press: 4 March 2011: Due to the exceptionally high water levels of the Zambezi River in early 2011, Zambezi Kulefu was closed for the 2011 season. It has remained closed for 2012, and seems unlikely to be opened in the near future. We'll keep a close eye on developments here so please don't ...More about Zambezi Kulefu Camp