Luxury Travel


Anabezi Lodge.  Anabezi Lodge, with its sister camp Ngwenya, 3km away, are the furthest into the park.

Baines River Camp.  Baines is in the Game Management Area, so is open all year round.

Chiawa Camp and Old Mondoro.  These camps are owned and run by the Cumings family, the original safari company in the park.  In 2017 Chiawa Camp was given the Best Safari Guiding Team and Best Location by The Safari Awards.

Chongwe House and Chongwe River Lodge.  These two facilities are run by Time + Tide.  In 2018, Chongwe House won The Best Safari House by The Safari Awards.

Muchichili Safari House.  This is a new arrival to the luxury scene in Lower Zambezi.  Based in the Game Management Area the house offers accommodation for groups or families.

Mwambashi Lodge.  Mwambashi is in the park, not far from the airstrip.  It offers various rooms from tents to suites and also has its own gym.

Royal Zambezi Lodge.  The Royal Zambezi is in the Game Management Ares so is open all year.  It won The Best Safari Spa/Retreat by The Safari Awards.

Sausage Tree.  In 2016 Sausage Tree won The Best Location by The Safari Awards.  Their sister camp, nearby Potato Bush welcomes children over the age of 4 years.

Zambezi Grande.  This is another new lodge in the Game Management Area.  It has its own spa.


Getting There

Lower Zambezi is reached by scheduled flights from Lusaka and Mfuwe (for South Luangwa) into two airstrips – one in the park and one in the Game Management Area.  The flight takes just over one hour.

All guests are picked up at the airstrip and are driven by safari vehicle to their lodge.