Baines' River Camp


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In the middle of the unspoiled African bush, on the northern banks of the Zambezi River and directly opposite Mana Pools in Zimbabwe, you will discover Baines' River Camp.

This safari lodge, named after the famous artist and explorer John Thomas Baines, offers a wide variety of activities in and around the Lower Zambezi National Park, including specialized photographic workshops, birding weeks and fly fishing clinics, each hosted by internationally renowned expert guides who are passionate about the African bush.

Set amongst giant Tamarind and Jackal-Berry trees, Baines' River Camp currently offers six colonial style bush suites. Each named after African explorers, the suites take luxury to its limits in the Zambezi valley. Individual colonial style structures, each suite commands its own unique view over the river and is finished with ceiling fans, mini-bar, personal safe for valuables, king-size bed, pure down, rich fabrics, leather, natural hardwood

timbers, granite and oriental rugs.

The day's activities will commence with a choice of whether to explore the bush on one of their four-wheel drive game viewing vehicles in search of the big game, or take the equally exciting option of a game-cruise, travelling up or down stream with one of the experienced river guides.

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Africa is home to many thousands of species of birds, so don't forget your binoculars and spotting guide.

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Canoeing offers a novel and exciting way to see Africa, and can be enjoyed by first-timers and veterans alike.

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We can arrange fishing tours for both experienced fly fishermen and beginners. Many lodges offer fishing as an activity - notably in the Lower Zambezi.

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The main attraction of most safaris is the wildlife - find out what to expect here.

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A great way to explore the bush is at dusk when nocturnal wildlife begins to emerge.

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We can offer serious enthusiasts dedicated photographic tours, but a safari is an ideal place to brush up on your skills whether you are using a dSLR or compact.

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River cruises offer a different perspective on the bush and can be the only means of transport during rainy season!

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