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. The camp is well equipped and has everything you need on safari – from specialised game viewing vehicles and boats to canoes. What’s more, the camp prides itself on employing only the most knowledgeable
and experienced guides, who are not only fully trained and licensed, but also know this area like the back of their hand. A NEW concept at Sausage Tree is the assigning of a private guide to all guests at no further charge.
On the culinary front, every meal has a sense of occasion and Sausage Tree constantly delights guests with surprising locations and atmospheric candle-lit settings. And with some of the finest game-viewing opportunities on the menu of activities, you’re spoilt for choice, with options ranging from day and night game drives, guided walks, exciting canoe trips, motorised boat cruises and fishing. Personalised guiding comes standard here, and guests are encouraged to compile a wishlist of activities – and then get the chance to experience all of those. With elephant, hippo and buffalo being daily visitors in the camp, there’s also a jolly good chance to sport lion, leopard, wild dogs, hyena, waterbuck, zebra, impala, bushbuck and kudu while you’re out game-viewing – whether it be on foot, by boat or in a 4X4 safari vehicle.
Due to its enviable location, Sausage Tree Camp is in the heart of a wildlife wonderland.