Great news everyone! We have received a special from some of our favorite camps in Zambia. Sausage tree Camp and Potato Bush Camp have a special for the months of July, August and September (2017) stay 3 nights and only pay for 2! why not book now and make your way to the Lower Zambezi.

Sausage Tree and Potato Bush camps are situated in the lower Zambezi in southern Zambia right on the Zimbabwean border. The park covers an area of 4,092 square kilometers, the lower Zambezi forms part of the greater lower Zambezi which stretches across Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. This wildlife rich park was established in the year 1983 and combines beautiful scenery of120km of Zambezi river front, the southern edge of the Great Rift and panoramas of animals in the valley.

Getting to the Lower Zambezi is quite easy considering that it is situated in a fairly remote part of the world. Daily international flights included connections from Nairobi, Johannesburg, Addis and Dubai. Domestic Flights are available and easy to organize and if you are up for it 4×4 your way there. Visas are required for most foreign countries and can be purchased for 50$ (single entry) or 80$(double entry).

At Sausage Tree pick from a selection of luxurious rooms, the signature tents with views right over the water and open bathrooms or the elegant Honeymoon suites with a private pool, indoor and outdoor bathrooms and the epitome of safari chic. The Kigelia family house has 2 ensuite bedrooms separated by an open plan living area that doesn’t disappoint and also boasts incredible views of game just meters away. If all that wasn’t enough you also get a private butler to top it all off. Dine on the sandbank with your feet in the water, on an island in the Zambezi river or under the stars? You pick. Only a 30-minute flight from Lusaka to Jeki airstrip and then a 1-hour transfer/ game drive to the camp, imagine what one would see before even arriving.

Potato bush has raised wooden walk ways that connect the different parts of the camp and offers two different types of accommodation; the safari tents and the family tent. There are 3ensuite safari tents and the family tent contains 2 bedrooms, a large living area, balcony and plunge pool perfect for a family or small group of friends. All meals are fresh and served round a communal hosted dining table, a good time to discuss the exciting happenings of the day. Again just a short flight from Lusaka to Jeki airstrip, a quick 15-minute game drive and then a 25-minute boat cruise to the camp, let the adventure begin.

These camps offer a range of activities that include the obvious Game Drives in their open Land Cruiser vehicles with professional guides that are also able to take you out at night, a chance to catch a glimpse of some interesting nocturnal animals. Guided game walks, relaxing canoeing and why not try some fishing these are all a must do in the Lower Zambezi. Potato Bush Camp offers activities for the little ones, weaving palm mats, roasting marsh mellows, fishing and football to name a few. So which one will you pick? Both maybe?