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In an enviable location on the edge of a lagoon where hippo chortle and elephant wallow, stands Chindeni – undoubtedly one of the most beautiful tented camps in the South Luangwa. There’s something about sleeping under canvas that ignites a sense of adventure in everyone. At Chindeni you can combine that thrill with style and comfort in one of its four opulent tents. Gaze out from your private veranda onto the lagoon which attracts birds and animals from miles around.
There’s something undeniably special about Kuyenda. Set beneath shady trees by the Manzi River, it may be the simplest of camps but Kuyenda embodies the authentic charm of old Africa with its cluster of traditional thatched grass huts and back-to-nature feel. With three twin-bedded rondavels (queen-size beds) and one double (king-sized bed) Kuyenda ideally takes six guests, however groups of eight are accepted. Forget infinity pools and wi-fi – Kuyenda is the quintessential classic African bushcamp, lovingly rebuilt each season.
We love Mfuwe lodge! Each year at Mfuwe Lodge they have some very special guests paying them a visit. Families of elephants have been regular guests at the lodge for several years, visiting between late October and mid-December to feast on the fallen fruits from the large Wild Mango tree in the lodge grounds. Ease yourself into Luangwa life with a stay at the award-winning Mfuwe, the lodge’s allure is instantly obvious. Scattered along two lagoons’ shady banks lie 18 thatched chalets from which you can enjoy your own private piece of Africa.
The magnificent historic game lodge set in amongst lush primeval forest provides panoramic views across the game-rich valleys of South Luangwa National Park. On a magnificent hilltop location in the South Luangwa National Park, Sanctuary Chichele Presidential Lodge was once the personal retreat of Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda. In keeping with the grand colonial style of the lodge, the ten Victorian-style suites are decorated in the same understated elegance of years gone by – the ideal vantage point to relax and enjoy the wildlife.
Perched on an escarpment overlooking a floodplain in the South Luangwa National Park, Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp offers stunning vistas with perfect game sighting opportunities. Built on a hillside, it provides stunning vistas of the floodplain, the panoramic views of Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp are astounding. Each of the seven safari tents has picture windows and its own viewing deck overlooking the plains where game amble across for a drink of water.
Zungulila is a charming camp that embodies the essence of old Africa and a bygone era, with breathtaking views onto the Kapamba river and an expansive plain where natural springs attract huge herds of game. Up to eight guests can enjoy the serenity of Zungulila in four spacious tents. Built under thatch roofs, each shaded tent has its own private bamboo veranda with immense views over an impressive variety of wildlife – from thirsty elephant at the springs and flocks of birds on the river, to prowling lion and large herds of buffalo on the grassy plains.