A simple and intimate safari camp, with a real yesteryear feel and a great focus on wildlife and nature.
Just 10 km downstream from Jeki Airstrip near the Chakwenga confluence, the camp is set in the far east of the Lower Zambezi National Park. The area shared with just another 2 camps so you will see very few, if any, tourists from other camps on your travels. The location is stunning with a real open and adventurous feel.
Accommodation & Facilities
The 4 canvas bush chalets are constructed from natural materials and taken down after every season. With so few people staying at the camp at any given time, it has a really special and intimate atmosphere. Each chalet has en-suite facilities, including a flush toilet and sink – showers are outdoors alongside a large stone bath, fantastic for really feeling at one with nature. There are private decks viewing either the river or the nearby lagoon and paraffin lanterns glow with a old romanticism. The chalets have just 3 full length walls; the 4th is just waist high for stunning views direct from your room.
The main area has been kept small, tucked under a winterthorn tree; there is a small library and well stocked bar alongside a dining table for guests, all under canvas.
The traditional bush kitchen provides delicious and hearty meals, served indoors and outdoors.
The camp focuses on non-motorised activities, such as walking safaris and canoe trips down the Zambezi. There are night and day drives available alongside boat trips.
Over 14’s welcome although under 16’s can only take part in walks at the managers discretion.