Our portfolio includes some of the best lodges in Zambia, ranging from classic, luxury and good value for you to explore.
Old Mondoro is one of our top three camps in Africa and has won several awards.
Situated directly on the bank of Zambezi River, Chiawa takes the accolade of most luxurious lodge in the park. It would stake its claim as Zambia’s most luxurious property.
Chongwe River Camp is located just outside the official boundary of Lower Zambezi National Park.
Unique in design and with a fabulous location, Chongwe River House will give guests an exclusive safari experience they will never forget.
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 Royal Zambezi Lodge is positioned at one of the widest parts of the river, offering over 3 km of river frontage. All of the rooms and main areas overlook this superb view.
Sausage Tree focuses on quality accommodation with amazing service and incredible wildlife sightings.
Tafika Camp is one of the finest examples of owner-run accommodation – a style of operation that we seek out. It is the main camp of the Remote Africa Safaris, one of our favourite operators in Africa.
Chikoko Tree Camp is one of the satellite camps of the fantastic Remote Africa Safaris – a company we wish there were more of. Family owned and family run, there are very few places like this.
Luwi Bush Camp is one of the finest and most authentic bush camps in the South Luangwa.
Kakuli is one of the most northern camps in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. It is a classic no-frills bush camp that is one of our favourites in the South Luangwa.
Mchenja is the flagship property of the fabulous Norman Carr Safaris. We would certainly describe Mchenja as a luxury camp, but it is one that has managed to retain the bushcamp feel that has made South Luangwa so famous.
Nsolo Bush Camp is an adventurous walking camp that sits directly on the Luwi River in South Luangwa National Park.
Tena Tena is located in the Nsefu sector of South Luangwa National Park. It is run by Robin Pope Safaris, one of the park’s most famous operators.
With a reputation for great guiding, Nsefu is one of the more established lodges here – this camp is a well-oiled property where you can expect a high level of service. It is run by Robin Pope Safaris, one of the park’s most famous operators.
Nkwali Camp is a great place for clients who wish to combine game driving and walking in their safari. They can start off with a couple of nights here, before continuing on to the walking-focused bush camps.
This camp is one of the satellite camps of the fantastic Remote Africa Safaris – a company we wish there were more of. Family owned and family run, there are very few places like this.
Luangwa Safari House is rather special – it is the perfect place for groups or families to share an extremely exclusive safari experience.
This camp is a great option for travellers who want a comfortable base to see the South Luangwa at a fraction of the price charged by the more upmarket lodges.
Luangwa River Camp has a lovely location in an area with high concentrations of game; this area is particularly good for leopard sightings.
Robin's House is a great place for families and private groups to stay as there is no set schedule. Meals, safaris and any activities are all arranged around the guests' convenience.
Chinzombo is the forerunner of luxury camps in the Luangwa, with impressive feedback on comfort, design, food, service and guiding.
This camp is a classic Luangwa bushcamp. As it has just four rooms, service is very personal, while guiding is high quality and there is a serious focus on walking safaris.
Yellow Zebra love Chamilandu for its understated elegance and its unobstructed views of the Luangwa River.
As its name suggests, Chichele Presidential Lodge was originally built as a presidential retreat in the 1970s.
Island Bush Camp is one of the most remote bush camps in South Luangwa. The lodge is open during the dry season from June to October.
Kafunta River Lodge is situated on the edge of South Luangwa and is open from April to early January.
If you are looking for a lodge that offers comfort and style and is a bit more structured, Kapamba Bushcamp will be perfect.
Kuyenda Bush Camp is well known for its homely hospitality and is usually run by Babette and Phil.
This camp provides a sumptuous base from which to explore the South Luangwa, appealing to new and seasoned safarists alike! Children aged 7+ years are welcome, but families travelling with youngsters aged 7–12 must book a private vehicle for drives.
Mfuwe Lodge is located in central South Luangwa National Park, which is just a 5-minute drive from the park’s main gates. The lodge is set on the banks of two lagoons, bringing wildlife to the area all year round.
Puku Ridge is the sister camp to Chichele Presidential Lodge, but it offers a completely different style. The views from the rooms and the main area are of the floodplains – and this region is always full of wildlife.
Luangwa Bush Camping is a walking camp located in the game-rich Nsefu sector. This is a camp well suited to the adventurous traveller.
Robin Pope’s Mobile Walking Safari is a purely walking camp located in a remote corner of South Luangwa National Park.
This camp’s remote location overlooking the Chindeni Hills makes it the perfect escape from the crowds.
Zungulila Bushcamp has great views of the river and onto the plains, where there are natural springs that attract impressive herds of game.
Mwamba Camp is the smaller sister camp of Kaingo and it is also owned by Derek and Jules Shenton.
Kaingo Camp was set up by Derek Shenton in 1992. Today Derek continues to own and run the camp, with his wife Jules. It reclines close to the banks of River Luangwa, in the shade of a grove of ebony and mahogany trees.
Any guests of the Robin Pope Safaris properties in the park are invited to visit the village as an activity offered alongside game drives and walking safaris. You can stay overnight, or even for a few days!
Three Rivers Camp is the newest property to open in the South Luangwa area! It is owned and operated by Kafunta Safaris, a company with almost two decades of experience in the famous national park.
Mwaleshi is one of the most remote camps we work with, and one of our favourite camps anywhere.
Busanga is a lovely no-frills bush camp that epitomises the spirit of this adventurous National Park.
Shumba Camp is a high-specification camp with a reputation as the only truly luxurious accommodation in Kafue National Park.
Musekese Camp is situated on the edge of a floodplain close to the Kafue River within Kafue National Park.
Stanley Safari Lodge is owned by the famous Zambian operator Robin Pope Safaris. Due to long stay deals when also using their safari camps, there is great value to be had when trips are kept within the one company.
The River Club sits on the edge of Zambezi River, approximately 20 minutes’ drive upstream from Victoria Falls. It is one of the most expensive yet highest-quality lodges in the region.
A little gem – just the place to relax away from the hustle and bustle of Victoria Falls!
The Royal Livingstone Hotel is the polar opposite of the majority of small safari camps we use, so it works well on an itinerary as a contrast in accommodation style.
Tongabezi is the perfect luxury hideaway, yet it is still close enough to Victoria Falls to enjoy all its activities.
Toka Leya has spectacular views – it is one of the most luxurious properties on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls.
This fabulous little lodge offers comfortable accommodation in a beautiful setting! Children of all ages are welcome, and access for disabled travellers is available on request.
Tangala House is ideal as part of a family safari; it sleeps up to 8 people and even has a children's playroom.
Sussi & Chuma is situated near to the world-famous Victoria Falls and is set on a quiet bend of the Zambezi River within Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park.
Located 39km upstream from the Livingstone side of Victoria Falls towards Chobe, Islands of Siankaba is the perfect getaway if you are looking to completely relax and get away from the crowds.
AVANI Victoria Falls Resort opened in 2001 and is the closest of all the properties in this area to the spectacular sight of The Smoke That Thunders!
The River Farmhouse is both chic and homely, with splashes of colour amid a neutral palette and some lovely wildlife pictures on the walls.
Chundukwa River Lodge is a fantastic option if you are keen on horse riding. Doug has loads of experience in leading horseback safaris, so you are in very safe hands!
King Lewanika Lodge is named after the King of the Lozis, who decided during the early 1880s that Liuwa Plain should be a protected area.
Ila Safari Lodge is a superb addition to the camps and lodges in Kafue National Park and an excellent option for travellers who like to get into the wild. Highly recommended!
Thorntree River Lodge is situated on the banks of the mighty Zambezi river, within Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. It has recently been rebuilt, and is now owned and operated by African Bush Camps.
The David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa is owned and operated by aha, the property management company of Tourvest, Accommodation and Activities division.
Latitude 15° is situated in Zambia’s capital city Lusaka, only half an hour’s drive from Kenneth Kaunda International Airport.
Appropriately named for the waters of the Ngwenya channel rushing by, this camp offers authentic accommodation in a wildlife-rich national park. It’s ideal for travellers interested in exploring the area via vehicle, walking, and boating safaris!
Named after the winterthorn trees in its grounds, Anabezi is a stunning property in a wildlife-rich national park. It’s highly recommended for travellers interested in enjoying a thorough exploration of the Lower Zambezi!
With a strong focus on classic safari activities, this camp is perfect for travellers seeking authentic experiences in the South Luangwa! The minimum age requirement is 12 years, but children aged 6–11 are welcome when the camp is booked exclusively.
One of the newest additions to the South Luangwa, this walking-only camp is perfect for travellers seeking authentic experiences of the national park! The minimum age requirement is 12 years.