The Lower Zambezi National Park is located 100km upstream from Victoria Falls and opposite the famous Mana Pools National Park in Zimbabwe. Previously a private game reserve owned by the President, this is the newest of the National Parks in Zambia. This has resulted in the park being quite protected and underdeveloped, keeping it in its wild pristine state!

The Zambezi River forms the natural boundary between Zambia and Zimbabwe and is a highlight of a visit to this National Park. Here you have the opportunity of land and water activities. The camps in the Lower Zambezi are a bit more relaxed and will plan activities around guests. This makes a more personal and lighter Safari.

Game is abundant in the park. Often big herds of elephant are seen; buffalo and antelopes on the floodplain, plenty of Lion, and Leopards also make an appearance.

Hippo’s and crocodiles dominate the river and banks. Birdlife is abundant.

There is a fabulous selection of accommodation in the Lower Zambezi. Luxury Tented Camps like Sanctuary Zambezi Kulefu Camp, with spectacular views and individually designed. Exclusive bush chic luxury and romance at Sausage Tree Camp, perfect for honeymoon. Unique private homes like Chongwe River House sleeping a maximum of 8 guests. And authentic , intimate”back to bush” experiences at Old Mondoro.

With the relaxed, remote and slow pace of life in this wilderness there is less structure to your day. Lodges offer a variety of activities and will plan days according to guests in camp. Game drives day and night are still options if you are not feeling very active. You can wind your way down the river on a canoe safari and take in river action. The Lower Zambezi also has some of the best and biggest tiger fishing in Africa!

 

Overlooking a network of narrow channels and reed islands, which are popular with game, Sausage Tree Camp's accommodation affords guests unparalleled views. Consisting of Bedouin-style white canvas tents, each suite is draped in opulent fabrics and boasts Zambian teak furniture. And if there's one suite on the Zambezi that should be on every discerning traveller's bucket list, it's Sausage Tree Camp's honeymoon suite - which offers the gold standard in luxury lodgings. Read More

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Home to African wildlife wonders such as the elephant, lion, cheetah and a whole host of indigenous birds, Chiawa Camp is framed by the mountains of the Zambian escarpment on one side and by the mighty Zambezi River on the other side. This charming and intimate camp offers the kind of highly personalised service and warm hospitality one would expect from a lodge run by its owner. Read More

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In the local Shona language, Mondoro literally means lion, and legend has it that an old, while lion used to frequent the area. Nowadays, there are still lion in the area, and the wild spirit that originally gave this camp its name still prevails. In step with its name, this camp aims to reflect a sense of true wilderness and the focus is very much on a laid-back, simple and authentic bush experience. Read More