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 and thatch, and rebuilt every year after the rains, it’s one of the simpler camps that we feature.
Our view of Crocodile Bushcamp
Though the structures of Crocodile are deliberately rustic, the standard of guiding here are exceedingly high – and even the food here is top-notch. (Quite remarkable when you see the kitchen facilities.) This bushcamp’s emphasis is firmly on enjoying the wilderness, the environment and the game, so for those of us that love walking safaris – this is one of the best, and so one of our favourite places in Africa!
Crocodile Bushcamp: Traveller ratings
Crocodile Bushcamp is all about walking safaris…