The Chongwe River Camp is located on the picturesque juncture of the Chongwe and the Zambezi River, directly across from the world-famous Mana Pool National Park, Zimbabwe.
The River Camp’s six large, thatched-roof tents are snugly set up beneath shady acacia trees and command a wonderful view of the river, the Zambian mountains and the endless savannah.
The Chongwe region is especially famous for its large, so-called bull elephants, which feed mostly on winter acacia trees. However, the read more »
The Lower Zambezi National Park is located about one thousand kilometres downstream of the Victoria Falls, north of the mighty Zambezi. Lush forests and dense vegetation dominate the landscape.
The read more »
The Lower Zambesi National Park is nestled between the foothills of the Great Rift Valley and the Zambezi River. The area between mountains and river that the park protects is a lush habitat providing read more »