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  1. Thornicroft Lodge Hotel Details
    Zambia: Luangwa Valley:
    Kakumbi :
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    Thornicroft Lodge is an amazing new lodge in the heart of Africa's finest unspoiled wildlife area, offering a very comfortable 2 person chalets with excellent bedding, walk-in mosquito nets, private toilet, shower, electricity, a beautiful view on Luangwa River, cuisine food and of course unforgettable game drives in the stunning South Luangwa national park. Thornicroft Lodge is situated on the bank of the Luangwa River, facing the South Luangwa National Park. We have 10 luxurious chalets, all en-suite for 2 people, and in the impressive main building you find the lounge area, dining area, the bar and at 50 meters a swimming pool. Your stay here is on a full board basis (all meals) and includes 2 (approx 4 hours) game drives per full day stay. Wildlife is closer than you could ever imagine: Hippos, crocodiles and water birds can always be seen in and along the river. In the late afternoon you might even see elephants come to the river to drink and bath or even cross the river, looking for fresh lush green plants and trees in or around the village. This is the real Africa.

  2. Mazingo Motel Hotel Details
    Zambia: Mpika:
    Mpika :
    Chinsali Road
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    Mazingo Motel is located just two minutes away from Mpika's Central Business District and overlooks the Muchinga escarpment. The accommodation offered comprises 35 en-suite rooms. Guests have the option of Twin, Double and Executive Rooms. Our Conference Centre has a total capacity of 100 delegates and is divided into two conference rooms. We offer comfortable accommodation to holidaymakers and business travellers alike.

  3. Croc Valley Camp Hotel Details
    Zambia: South Luangwa National Park:
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    Croc Valley Camp is situated on the border of the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. This unique setting offers comfort by its rustic simplicity. The accommodation is simple and comfortable. Bring your own tent or sleep on the river bed in one of our luxury tents. We also have chalets and dormitory rooms available. Our location makes us the ideal venue to see elephants, giraffe, buffalo, hippos, monkeys, antelope and crocodiles while in the comfort of your chalet deck, at the bar, restaurant or even relaxing by the pool. You will find an abundance of bird life, from the migratory birds to the regular residents such as the African eagles and bee eaters. Choose to go on a safari in the comfort of the game viewing vehicle or venture out on foot with one of our professional guides.

  4. Nsolo Bush Camp Hotel Details
    Zambia: South Luangwa National Park:
    Mfuwe :
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    Nsolo Bush Camp is situated on a bend in the Luwi River that runs through the heart of Zambia's south Luangwa National Park, a three hours' walk from Luwi Bushcamp. We are open from 20 May - 31 October. Accommodation in this luxury safari camp consists of four individually designed Chalets, each on raised wooden decks with high thatched roofs and private verandahs. The rooms are very spacious with stylish furnishings. As with most of our bush camps, the bathrooms have no roofs and are set under the shade of the trees above. At Nsolo, you don't usually have to search hard for your African safari experience. The wildlife frequents a waterhole in the dry riverbed in front of the camp and very often your most exciting game viewing is from the comfort of your own deck or from the central chitenje that houses the bar and small camp library. There is only a limited network of roads in this are and as a result, most of the game viewing activities are centred on walking safaris, although short night drives are usually offered as well. The Luwi River system is renowned for its lion population. Various pride territories overlap in this area and the cats use the dry riverbed as a thoroughfare and a means not only of locating their prey who come to drink, but also of locating their rivals who must be warned away. There are few African experiences more exciting than heading out on a walking safari early in the morning, hearing lions calling through the night, finding fresh tracks and following them. With voices hushed and hearts beating, your mind is suggesting there is a lion behind every bush.

  5. Kaingo Bush Camp Hotel Details
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    Kaingo :
    South Luangwa National Park
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    Overlooking the Luangwa river in the prime game viewing area of the South Luangwa National Park, Kaingo's relaxed, personal and friendly atmosphere offers its guests fantastic game-viewing opportunities within an area of stark beauty and varied terrain. From the safety of your chalet you may witness some of the night time visitors to camp: an inquisitive hyena, prowling leopard, grazing hippo or silently hunting owls. Accommodation comprises of four twin bedded chalets and one honeymoon suite with a stunning out door bath on the banks of the river. All the rooms have en-suite facilities, are well ventilated, mosquito-proofed and silently lit by solar power. A special feature of Kaingo is the unique wooden deck built out over the river. From this relaxing vantage point one can view game coming down to drink, basking hippos, water birds fishing, and daily elephant crossings. In addition to Kaingo Camp, Shenton Safaris operate Mwamba Bush Camp, providing an opportunity for those of a more adventurous spirit to explore the parks heartland. Wonderfully remote and peaceful, the site is a relaxed 3-hour bushwalk from Kaingo (or 20 minute driving transfer). Set on the banks of the Mwamba River, a tributary of the Luangwa, the camp enjoys shady views of perennial water-holes. The chalets are uniquely designed with two large skylights (protected by mosquito gauze) allowing you to experience sleeping under the stars.

  6. Marula Lodge Hotel Details
    Zambia: Luangwa Valley:
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    Marula Lodge is a charming, affordable lodge catering for backpackers, self-caterers and full safari seekers. We invite you to come and stay with us at Marula Lodge, the closest camp to the main entrance gate of the South Luangwa National Park.Our comfortable chalets provide the perfect haven for your Zambian safari getaway. Situated on the outer perimeter of the camp, each chalet has just enough seclusion to make you feel at home, with the chance to put your feet up between busy game-viewing drives. For backpackers, we also offer a small but lovely mixed dorm.With luck, you could even wake up with an elephant at your doorstep. Relax in your chalet, jump into the pool for a refreshing swim, or enjoy the shade of the magnificent trees at the river’s edge. All the while, let yourself be taken care of by our quiet, professional and unobtrusive staff. If you just cannot tear yourself away from the outside world during your stay, wireless Internet access is available in the camp and mobile phone reception is good throughout the South Luangwa area. All of this is tailored to ensure a memorable holiday – one that will linger in your mind long after you return home.

  7. Track and Trail River Camp **** star 4 four stars Hotel Details
    Zambia: South Luangwa National Park:
    Kakumbi :
    Luangwa River
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    Located on the banks of the Luangwa River overlooking the South Luangwa National Park, the park's main entrance only 5 minutes away, Track and Trail River Camp is as enchanting as its surroundings. We are specialized in organizing (photo) safaris. Explore the surrounding wilderness by open game vehicle or for the more adventurous we organize safaris on foot. Spend the day floating in our elevated River pool with unrivalled views or rejuvenating in our specially designed wellness area offering holistic wellness treatments to calm body and mind. Our comfortable chalets reflect the rustic theme of simply safari escape. Discover our campsite at a prime spot on the Luangwa River, each camping spot ensures sufficient privacy, offering unsurpassed panoramas. Dining diversities range from simple barbecues to a feast of unlimited flavours. We pay great attention to detail and individual service. We want to awaken your senses, returning revitalised with your own personal experiences! Track and Trail River Camp was designed in 2005 by the Dutch owners Peter Geraerdts en Kirsten Gottenkieny.

  8. Baines' River Camp Hotel Details
    Zambia: Lower Zambezi Region:
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    Africa has a spellbinding effect on most first time travellers. Many who have grown up on this continent will tell you that Africa will stay in their blood forever, no matter where they might end up in the world - it is home. In the heart of the African subcontinent lies a destination known as the real Africa. This is Zambia, where you will find remote wilderness areas, breathtaking scenery, wildlife in abundance, and a kind-hearted people. There, in the midst of the unspoilt African bush on the northern bank of the Zambezi River, directly opposite Zimbabwe?s Mana Pools World Heritage Site, you will discover Baines? River Camp. This true Colonial-style safari lodge, named after the famous artist and explorer Thomas Baines, offers a wide variety of activities in and around the Lower Zambezi National Park, including specialized photographic workshops, fly-fishing clinics, elephant studies and birding weeks, each hosted by internationally renowned expert guides who are passionate about the African bush and their subject. You will feel at home from the moment you arrive at Baines? River Camp, a luxurious and intimate safari lodge with just eight double suites, set on the northern bank of the Zambezi River amid Tamarind and Jackalberry trees. Richard awaits you in the Selous Bar with a warm welcome and a refreshing drink before you unpack and get ready for your first activity, or you may prefer to just take in the scenery and settle down with your binoculars on our main verandah or at the swimming pool to gaze over the Zambezi, Africa?s fourth largest river. As you make yourself comfortable on the sofa of your private verandah with a book from our growing library collection, you will probably wonder why you only booked to stay for three nights.

  9. Kapani Lodge Hotel Details
    Zambia: South Luangwa National Park:
    Mfuwe :
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    Kapani Lodge is an exclusive camp situated on the banks of one of the Luangwa River's many ox-bow lagoons. It is located close to the main Mfuwe area of the South Luangwa National Park, which is one of the finest national parks in Zambia. Each of the eight standard suites has its own lounge with a bar fridge and the beds have overhead fans inside their walk-in mosquito nets. Our Lagoon House is even more spacious with private views and it is ideal for honeymooners or a family group looking for a little more space and seclusion. The camp offers most modern facilities and a thatched building in the centre of this luxury safari lodge houses the lounge and library. It is pleasantly cool in the hot weather and cosy in the cooler months. According to the season, dining is al fresco with dinner taken either on the terrace, the spacious deck, or by the swimming pool. Private dinners can also be arranged for guests seeking a little more seclusion. The bar and dining area is set on a deck overlooking the Kapani Lagoon and adjacent grazing lawns. This is an ideal place to start your Zambian safari experience and enjoy great game drives, night drives and visits to the villages and our community projects. Above all else, the game viewing in the area is as good as you will find anywhere in Zambia.

  10. Mwamba Bush Camp Hotel Details
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    Kaingo :
    South Luangwa National Park
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    Wonderfully remote and peaceful, the site is a relaxed 3-hour bushwalk from Kaingo. Set on the banks of the Mwamba River, a tributary of the Luangwa, the camp enjoys shady views of perennial water-holes. The chalets are uniquely designed with two large skylights (protected by mosquito gauze) allowing you to experience sleeping under the stars. These three reed and thatch en-suite bungalows also have solar lighting, flush toilets and hot showers. The accommodation reflects a thoughtful balance between back-to-nature simplicity and essential comforts. Meals are of the same high standard as Kaingo, and the bush-style dining/bar area or 'chitenge' is set under the deep shade of huge ebony trees. A spectacular sunset viewing-point on top of a large termite mound and a glowing campfire under the stars completes the camp's friendly and personal atmosphere. The game around Mwamba is excellent; large herds of buffalo, eland and Cookson's wildebeeste are followed by the 'Mwamba pride', which consists of six beautiful lionesses and two classicly dark maned males. Good leopard sightings are also common due to the large numbers of impala and puku in the area. Elephants use the Mwamba's waterholes regularly and there is a large bull which frequents the camp. Another appeal of Mwamba is the surrounding terrain. The land varies tremendously from wide open plains such as Lion Plain and Eland Plain, interspersed by shady mopane/crocodile bark woodland with short grass, and bordered by Combretum thickets along the Mwamba river. The area is excellent for walking safaris and game drives. We also offer over-night 'camp-outs' (sleeping open under a net, close to the camp-fire) on request. These trips allow visitors to get a sense of the absolute wildness of the National Park as there are no other camps or trails for miles around. One of the most unusual sights is the Baobab 'forest' near Mwamba Sands. As Mwamba is a specialised camp and is an extension to Kaingo, the small staff have been hand-picked and will work tirelessly to ensure guests are comfortable and relaxed.

  11. Luangwa Safari House Hotel Details
    Zambia: South Luangwa National Park:
    Mfuwe :
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    This stunning private house is situated on Robin Pope's land. The main structure of the house is twenty five ancient and weathered Leadwood trees ? powerful and natural. The entrance is grand, castlesque and exquisitely faced with stones from the hills. The massive door opens into the huge main room and instantly you see incredible views through the front of the house, which is completely open. The house has four bedrooms and each bedroom has a style of its own. All rooms have extra large king-size beds with mosquito nets and wooden ceiling fans inside the mosquito nets. Each bathroom has a different theme, reflecting the colours of the rooms. The huge living room has comfy sofas and a large marble dining table that leads out onto a terrace with swimming pool. From the terrace there is a magnificent risen walkway that leads to a wooden deck surrounding a small group of huge ebony trees in the middle of the lagoon. The waterhole is nearby and you will be close to many herds of elephant that come to bathe.

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