Sue W Old Mondoro Bush Camp on Tripadvisor
One of our best wildlife experiences was from our chalet with elephants wading through the lagoon and then surrounding us - very special.
Hilary0307 about Chongwe River Camp on Tripadvisor
The emphasis here is to spoil he guest and we certainly felt very spoilt. Would highly recommend.
Vanessa R about Royal Zambezi Lodge on Tripadvisor
A perfect balance of being so connected to nature and experiencing a luxury vacation.
lodge style Safari simplicity
Operated by the same family of safari experts as Chiawa Camp, the Old Mondoro Bushcamp is, as some say, one of the last remaining, ‘true’ bush camps. Curious about what your stay will be like in a true bush camp? Read on about this stunning Lower Zambezi lodge.
from US$ 925 per person per night
lodge style Riverside bliss
Chongwe Safaris is one of the oldest safari companies in Lower Zambezi. Here, you can immerse yourself in years of experience: knowledgeable guides, warm hosts and excellent chefs – they all know how to offer you a perfect stay in Lower Zambezi.
from US$ 710 per person per night
lodge style Royal treatment
There are a few things more thrilling than observing prolific wildlife from the water. This luxurious lodge, located on the banks of the Zambezi River, provides the perfect base to enjoy the river, whether you are on your honeymoon, or planning a family safari.
from US$ 574 per person per night
lodge style Jewel of Zambezi
Welcome to Chiawa: run by the Cumings family since 1989, many visitors here are returning guests. If you are up for an experiential safari, with a warm, personal touch - full of little surprises along the way – this is the place to be.
from US$ 1,030 per person per night
lodge style Feel like family
This family owned safari camp makes you feel incredibly welcome the minute you set foot in it. Staying in this luxury tented safari camp means game viewing by river boat and safari vehicle, providing a true African escape in Zambia.
from US$ 923 per person per night
lodge style Spectacular spot
Relax! You are at the Kasaka River Logde. There is nothing too fancy about this place, but it sure is comfortable and intimate. The real draw is of course the unspoilt nature, starry night skies and incredible wildlife.
from US$ 634 per person per night
lodge style Your safari home
With a dedicated staff and a stunning setting, this camp is in a class of its own, with treats and surprises around every corner ‐ the perfect balance between a bush experience and serious pampering, Zambia style.
from US$ 963 per person per night
lodge style Out of this world
Somewhere deep in rural Africa rises an award winning safari house: the Chongwe River House. Make a style statement, while experiencing a super personal Africa safari. All by staying in this stunning private lodge.
from US$ 3,170 per night (sleeps 4)
lodge style Enchanting Africa
This camp is located in the heart of Africa’s most unspoiled area, the Lower Zambezi. If Africa doesn’t already have an everlasting place in your heart, it will after staying in this sustainable, luxury lodge.
from US$ 500 per person per night
lodge style Small. Raw. Stunning.
While you paddle your feet in the Zambezi River with a cold Pimms in your hand and enjoy a 360° view, you are finally really away from it all. This intimate camp will open your heart to an unspoilt part of Africa.
from US$ 633 per person per night
Paula S about Anabezi Camp on Tripadvisor
The private plunge pool on my deck was my favorite feature with great views of the dry river bed with lots of wildlife.
Richard A about Chiawa Camp on Tripadvisor
It is a unique place where you can go on game drives as well as canoe and river safari's. A truly memorable experience!
PutneyPLondon about Kasaka River Lodge on Tripadvisor
The best bit is that there are relatively few lodges in the park at the moment so you have it largely to yourself.
rastus0706 about Sausage Tree Camp on Tripadvisor
My breath disappeared as soon as I was shown into my suite - I'd been given a HUGE room, with two bedrooms, large living area, and private pool /sundeck area. What a treat!
Charlotte_Dorset123 about Baines' River Camp on Tripadvisor
There was so much to see, a herd of Elephants, Hippos, Crocks, Warthogs, Buffalo, Impala, Kudu and many species of birds and although I didn’t, if you are lucky maybe a Leopard.
Galveston57 about Potato Bush Camp on Tripadvisor
It was my first time in the Lower Zambezi and it took my breath away - what a beautiful place.