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Both camps are only accessible on foot and are situated on the west bank in the South Luangwa National Park. Each Camp is rebuilt each season using local materials and offer fantastic bush experiences whilst you are immersed into idyll Africa. The Camps themselves offer a great synergy between comfort and adventure. Chikoko Camp, situated at the end of Acacia Park, nearby David Livingston’s river crossing, offers tree house accommodation with open plan views. Crocodile Camp is situated at the edge of a big lagoon near ebony forests and boasts an in- camp waterhole. Essentially you will continually come across wildlife whilst exploring the beautiful wilderness surrounding you. The camps have flush loo’s, hot showers and delicious food provided for guests creating a more refined bush experience. Both camps have comfortable central areas where you can relax during the heat of the day, and where meals are served. There is a small bar and lounge area, and dining is rather flexible, often enjoyed under the stars or around the camp fire. Another great benefit at the camps is that there are experienced and enthusiastic guides, who lead the trails. Each camp offer in abundance, value for money and anyone who is looking to immerse themselves into picturesque wilderness would certainly have found a true hidden gem.
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.
Perfectly placed at a scenic bend on the west bank of the Luangwa River, just north of the Nsefu sector, this camp is in a game management area that boasts some of the best leopard viewing around, along with the prolific populations of a diverse blend of wildlife. For the best opportunities at viewing and photographing these animals, visit during the dry season (May to mid-November).