Each tent has its own butler to assist with anything the guests might need, so works perfectly for small groups and families travelling together.
ACCESS & LOCATION:
Sausage Tree Camp is located in the heart of Lower Zambezi National Park on the banks of the Zambezi River.
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
The lodge consists of eight unique Bedouin-style white canvas tents. Five of these are the signature tents, which have open-air bathrooms and open up onto a private deck with spectacular views of the Zambezi. There are also two honeymoon suites, which have large indoor and outdoor bathrooms, a private dining area and a sizable deck overlooking the Zambezi River. And lastly, there is Kigelia House, which has two en-suite bedrooms and is separated by a lounge area that leads onto a private deck with a pool.
The main area of the camp comprises a large open-sided dining and bar area, which opens out onto a large deck that overlooks the Zambezi River. There is a 25m lap pool situated right on the edge of the river bank.
Meals at the lodge are described as ‘Africa fusion’, with the chefs ranging from local villagers to Paris-trained chefs from the Congo.
Sausage Tree offers morning and afternoon game drives, walking safaris, canoeing, boat trips and fishing.