Chiawa Camp


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Resting peacefully inside the Lower Zambezi National Park, on the river bank, in a grove of mahogany and acacia trees, the lodge is constructed essentially of natural materials, and is designed to ensure its idyllic setting can be fully appreciated.

All tents are under shade, have en-suite facilities with hot and cold running water, twin or double beds, insect screens and solar powered lighting.

Only 18 guests can be accommodated in 9 well- appointed safari tents, each on a raised timber deck with private veranda. Access paths to the tents run through a grove of Mahogany trees behind them, maximizing privacy.

The honeymoon suite has a beautiful private view of the Zambezi, the escarpment and the Chiawa River bed.  The tent is light and spacious and the en-suite facilities are to die for. Victorian bath, his and hers wash basins and a shower for two all in wood and brass. [cont.]

The spacious lounge and bar area has an observation platform built into its roof, providing one of the best views in the valley. Of course the dining area also looks out onto the river and the animals which regularly come to drink and feed at and near the lodge.

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