Potato Bush Camp

  • Intimate camp with four tents
  • Private plunge pool for each tent
  • Magnificent views of the ZambeziRiver
  • Open from April to January
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Potato Bush is a great option if you are looking for a little luxury while wishing to remain in the remote area of the National Park.

The camp works well for families, with its stunning two-bedroom safari tent. The only drawback here is that the minimum walking age is 15 years old.

Potato Bush Camp is located in Lower Zambezi National Park and is the sister camp to Sausage Tree. World Heritage site Mana Pools lies on the opposite shores of the park.

The lodge has three tented rooms and a two-bedroom family room. All are linked to the main area by wooden walkways, which are only a few centimetres off the ground. These walkways help to extend the safari season slightly longer than other camps in the area. Each of the rooms has a private plunge pool to keep you cool in the hot summer months.

The two-bedroom safari tent is divided by a large central lounge area, the perfect place for the family to come together in between activities. Each bedroom has an en-suite bathroom featuring a bath with a view. There is also a bar area and a private dining table for meals. The rooms lead out onto a private deck with plunge pool. The main area of Potato Bush has an open-plan lounge/diner and a comfortable boma to seat 12 guests. The only area of camp that touches the ground is the campfire, which is perfectly positioned on the edge of the riverbed and under the stars.

Activities range from morning and afternoon game drives, to night drives to see the nocturnal wildlife, to canoeing, boating and walking safaris.

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