List of towns where caravan and camping sites are listed
Location: Plot 2764, Manasoka
Tel: +260 3 32 2244
Fax: +260 3 32 2244
Cell: +260 95 77 7324
Kaazmein offers camping with ablutions and showers for budget accommodation, with facilities for over-landers and backpackers. Fantastic landscape features with waterfalls, a lake with fish, and winding streams make this a place well worth staying at while you enjoy the activities around the Victoria Falls. Chalets also available.
Location: Near the Victoria Falls and opposite the Mosi-oa-Tunya Game Park
Tel: +260 97 40 3881 or +260 95 83 2168
The Livingstone Safari Lodge Campsite offers have two options. The private campsites feature private ablution facilities containing a private building with own key for toilet, shower and hand wash basin. These stands have a fair amount of shade. The public campsite has large stands where guests share the ablution facilities. Less shade available. Bush cabins are also available.
Location: Upstream of the Victoria Falls
Tel: +260 97 771 488
Fax: +260 3 324 483
Your stay at Sindabezi Island Camp begins with either a short boat ride or a guided canoe trip down the Zambezi to the island. Along the way there are lots of opportunities for game viewing, as we pass close to the shores of Zimbabwe where many animals wander from the Zambezi National Park to water at the river's edge. The main camp area is set on the sand and is the perfect place just to relax, unwind and simply enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this tiny island. Our staff are always on hand to guarantee your every comfort. At night, the main camp is transformed into a world of yesteryear, with the absence of electricity adding to the romance and charm of this magical island. Five star dining on the sand, under the canopy of stars, with the river meandering past and the unmistakable sounds of hippos wallowing nearby, assure an experience never to be forgotten. Sindabezi Island sleeps only ten people, in five open fronted thatched chalets dotted around the shores of the island. The island is very rustic in style with no electricity, wood fires and hot bucket showers on demand. The unique design of the chalets allows you to encounter up close all the sights and sounds of the river and the creatures that live in and around it, including regular visits from Horace, our resident hippo. At night, you will fall asleep in the glow of a hurricane lamp and be awoken by magnificent sunrises over the flood plains of the river.
Location: Lower Zambezi National Pak
Tel: +260 1 212 597
Fax: +260 1 272 456
Sausage Tree Camp is the epitome of bush chic. Set in a stunning location along the Zambezi River, at the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park, this pristine location and Sausage Tree Camp offers all the game, all the luxury without all the people! Accommodation is in six luxurious white Bedouin style tents, discreetly positioned along the riverbank. Local materials are utilized to create a minimalist style in which the reddish brown teak furniture including, sumptuous four-poster beds, contrast crisply and cleanly with pure white fabrics and flowing white mosquito nets. Nearly hidden from one another, and shaded by mature Sausage and Mahogany trees, the tents are cool, private sanctuaries to return to after an early morning game drive and for a good nights rest. Each tent has a private open-air en-suite bathroom, which has become a distinct trademark for this world-renowned tented safari camp. From the loo with a view, to the steaming hot shower, or the honeymoon tent which offers a bathtub worth marrying for! Sleeping only 12 guests, Sausage Tree Camp offers a truly personalized safari experience. Each tent has its own personal Muchinda (butler) to attend to your every whim. Devoid of fences, elephant and other game frequently walk through camp, allowing guests to enjoy game experiences from the comfort of their tents.
Location: North Luangwa National Park
Tel: +260 61 240 561
Mwaleshi Camp situated in the North Luangwa National Park, blends into a scenic bend of the Mwaleshi River, a clear perennial tributary of the Luangwa River. The remoteness of the North Park, an area legendary for its large population of lion, huge herds of buffalo and endemic Cookson's Wildebeest, is enhanced by the lack of roads. Game viewing is on foot. A day trip to the Mwaleshi Falls has been rated by one travel writer as a top highlight in Zambia. Recommended length of stay: 4 - 5 nights. Seasonally operated (15 June - 31 Oct). Grass pole bush camp with 4 double chalets. En suite facilities. Solar lighting and refrigeration.
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