Our portfolio includes some of the best lodges in Zambia, ranging from classic, luxury, and good value for you to explore.
As we do not offer set departures, the lodges on your Zambia Safari can be completely tailored to your needs. So whether you want to live in the lap of luxury or just want a little pampering, we can plan the perfect accommodation for you. Check out your options here, or call our team for their suggestions.
Indicates: YZ star rating, the level of luxury that you’ll experience
Indicates: YZ price guide, ranging from value to high-end
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 Camp is the best of the entry-level camps in the Lower Zambezi! It offers a good range of accommodation options, authentic communal areas, and an exhilarating variety of activities too.
Unique in design and with a fabulous location, Chongwe River House will give guests an exclusive safari experience they will never forget.
Smaller sibling camp of Sausage Tree, Potato Bush offers equally luxurious accommodation in addition to an exciting variety of activities!
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 Camp camp offers outstanding accommodation and a thrilling range of activities within the Lower Zambezi N.P.!
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.
We love this classic bushcamp in the South Luangwa! The location is good, the guides are great, and the atmosphere is really convivial.
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 one of our favourite bushcamps in the South Luangwa! It boasts a lovely location on the Luangwa river, good food, great guides, and access to a truly superb game-viewing area.
We recommend Nsolo for adventurous travellers with a keen interest in walking safaris! Game viewing is exceptionally good, particularly for big cats on the dry riverbed and elephants at the nearby waterhole.
Tena Tena offers an authentic base from which to explore the South Luangwa National Park! Guests can enjoy vehicle and walking safaris, as well as some cultural activities.
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 is an excellent option for travellers wishing to enjoy both vehicle and walking safaris in the South Luangwa! It combines really well with the park’s 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.
This property is ideal for travellers who like their creature comforts while on safari! Unlike the authentic little bushcamps for which the South Luangwa is well known, Chinzombo is stylish and super-luxurious, offering villa accommodation.
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, it offers exciting activities, all led by experienced guides.
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.
Having opened in August 2019, Puku Ridge is a great base from which to explore the South Luangwa! The camp offers classic vehicle and walking safaris.