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Lower Zambezi National Park

This park is situated along the Zambezi River, 100 km/62 miles downstream from the Victoria Falls. Wildlife like zebras, lions, buffaloes, hippos, elephants and leopards have made their home here along with a wide variety of birds. Tourists are taken on walks and game drives during which they may strike it lucky and see some big cats, including the cheetah. The other activities available here are fishing for tiger fish, bottle-nose fish or bream, canoe safaris and bird watching.

  

Chiawa Camp

Chiawa Camp is located on the banks of the Zambezi River, in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park. With the mountains of the Zambian Escarpment as backdrop, dotted with ancient baobab trees and shaded by forest of mahogany and acacia, it is an idyllic setting for a safari camp...

Sausage Tree Camp

Sausage Tree camp is located on the banks of the Zambezi River, in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia. This exclusive safari camp specializes in affording its guests the very best game-viewing, in traditional safari style. As a member of Classic Safari Camps of Africa, the very highest of international standards in luxury ...

Chongwe River Camp

Chongwe breath-taking luxury River Camp is situated on the confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi River directly opposite Mana Pools. Under a complete canopy of huge Winterthorn Acacias, the camp occupies an unrivalled location, used twice by David Livingstone on his travels, as did Frederick Courtney Selous (See Selous Game Reserve In Tanzania), when he hunted in this...

Zambezi Kulefu Camp

Zambezi Kulefu Camp is located on the Lower Zambezi National Park.  The park is situated in the Zambezi Valley, opposite Mana Pools National Park, a World Heritage Site. It is bordered by the steep Mukamba Escarpment to the North and the Zambezi River to the South. The camp offers seven spacious tented chalets with twin or double beds, mosquito nets and en-suite facilities, offering a relaxing view of the mighty Zambezi.

 

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