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The camps are simple with old style luxury camping, under the stars and around the campfire. A popular itinerary of a minimum 4-night stay split between Kutali & Chula Camp is the ideal time to spend in this untouched landscape. This will make sure you make the most of the variety of activities on offer in the Lower Zambezi National Park. The range of activities from your doorstep is a stand out feature of the Lower Zambezi compared to other African parks. Kutali & Chula are located to make the most of this aspect and to compliment each other.
The Lower Zambezi is one of Africa’s most thrilling safari regions. Game viewing from the canoes and on foot gives a different feel to ones safari, making it adventurous and a very personal interaction with this incredible eco-system. The valley is a huge rift in the earth's crust, through which a mighty river flows. Over millennia, mineral-rich volcanic soils deposited by the Zambezi have nurtured lush vegetation, while old meanders and oxbow lakes add to the attraction for wildlife.
The Lower Zambezi National Park, by virtue of the Zambezi River and its parallel escarpment, is definitely one of Africa’s most scenic wildernesses, home to an impressive quantity and variety of wildlife that can be viewed not only on the more usual land based safari activities but also on a variety of water based activities and in the camps themselves.
This is the first camp to be established on the border of the national park and the Malama Chiefdom. The location is really spectacular and the sense of space and scale of the surrounding private area around the camp just adds to the intimacy and privacy felt when in camp.