It isn’t just great guiding, a beautiful location, and superb service standards that make Chiawa one of Zambia’s very special properties. The camp’s interesting history, Meru-style tents, and long list of activities entice a lot of travellers too.
Sausage Tree Camp is set in the most stunning location on the banks of the Zambezi River in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park's best game viewing area. The camp overlooks an expanse of narrow channels and low set reed islands.
Jam packed with character and offering just four chalets, Old Mondoro comes very highly recommended, not least because the rooms have huge splash-tubs overlooking the mighty Zambezi. You can take a soak whilst watching elephants cross the river.
Potato Bush Camp lies adjacent to it's sister camp, the world-renowned Sausage Tree Camp. With a stunning panoramic view overlooking the Zambezi River and escarpment, this site is nestled under Mahogany, Sausage, Winter Thorn & Acacia Tortillas Trees
A VISIT TO MASAI MARA THE RICHEST GAME RESERVE WITH WILDLIFE ALL THE BIG 5 ARE FOUND, MIGRATION GOES ON THERE, ALSO VISIT LAKE NAKURU WHERE WE HAVE THE WHITE AND BLACK RHINOS AND AMBOSELI WHERE WE HAVE THE JUMBO ELEPHANTS. A SAFARI YOU CANNOT AFFORD
Discovering Eswatini (Swaziland) at your own pace is a wonderful way to explore the Kingdom. The Kingdom has eluded mass tourism and its discreet and untouched attractions are delightful. It is the ideal destination for first time visitors to Africa.