Kaingo overlooks the Luangwa River deep within the prime area of the South Luangwa National Park.

Accommodation is shaded, en-suite riverside chalets with individual decks built out over the river. Guests can relax in the large centrally-located open-sided sitting room, the dining area, library, or Kaingo’s renowned thousand year old lead-wood bar. From the vantage point of the decks, guests can view game coming down to drink, basking Hippos, aquatic birds, Crocodiles fishing, and daily Elephant crossings. The complete absence of generator noise means guests will be able to hear the wheeze-honk of the Hippos, the sounds of a Lion’s roar, a Leopard’s call, or the early morning "drumming" of the Ground Hornbill.

Activities include walking safaris, game drives, trips to the Elephant and Hippo hides.

Mwamba Bush Camp

Mwamba Bush Camp is situated in a remote and peaceful location on the banks of the Mwamba River in the heartland of the South Luangwa National Park. The camp is sited under huge evergreen Ebony trees and enjoys shady views of perennial water-holes.

Accommodation is comfortable en-suite reed and thatch chalets, uniquely designed with two soaring skylights allowing guests to experience sleeping under the stars. A bush-style dining and bar area or "chitenge" is set under the deep shade of huge Ebony trees entwined with Python vines. A spectacular sundowner spot on top of a large termite mound and a glowing campfire under the night sky completes the camp’s friendly and personal atmosphere.

Activities are focused on walking safaris and day and night game drives to see the excellent game around the Mwamba camp. Large herds of Buffalo, Zebra, Eland and in particular Cookson’s Wildebeest are followed by the "Mwamba" Lion pride. Fantastic Leopard sightings are also common due to the thick riverine bush along the Mwamba, attracted by the large numbers of Impala and Puku in the open glades around camp.

Zebra Plains Walking Safari Camp

Sanctuary Zebra Plains is perched on a sand bank at the confluence of the Luangwa and Chibembe Rivers. The diversity of habitat provides some of the most spectacular walking in Africa, over terrain that is ideal for exploring, with plenty of shade and long sweeping views.

Sanctuary Zebra Plains provides accommodation in luxury en-suite safari units. The main mess tent has a dining area, a small library, and a bar. The camp is seasonal and designed to leave the lowest possible carbon footprint: at the end of each season it is packed up completely leaving no trace that it was ever there.

Activities are focused on guided walks which are offered twice a day to encounter the sights and sounds of the surrounding unspoilt bush. The area is home to large populations of Zebra, Elephant, Buffalo, Crocodile and Puku, as well as various endemic species and over 400 bird species.

Puku Ridge

Sanctuary Puku Ridge is an intimate camp perched on an escarpment in a remote part of the South Luangwa National Park. The camp is named after the Puku Antelope that grazes on the floodplains below, in an area known for fantastic game viewing and bird spotting. The region is home to Elephant, Lion, Wild Dog, Buffalo, Hippo, Antelope and over 400 bird species.

Accommodation at Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp is in spacious and comfortable en-suite tented units, each with a private viewing deck. After a day’s activities guests can relax in the large central living area, or enjoy a gourmet meal in the dining area.

Activities include ever-popular guided bush walks where guests might see where an Elephant stopped to browse, where a Leopard scratched a tree or a Pangolin rolled into a ball. Day and night game drives in specially designed 4x4 vehicles are also offered.

Kapani Lodge

Kapani is an exclusive camp on the banks of an ox-bow lagoon on the Luangwa River, close to the main Mfuwe area of the South Luangwa National Park. The name Kapani means "Place of Mopane trees".

Guests’ accommodation is in spacious secluded suites. A thatched building in the centre of the lodge houses the lounge and library. An open fire creates a cosy ambience in the cooler months. The bar and dining areas are set on a deck overlooking the Kapani Lagoon and adjacent grazing lawns. The elevated position affords guests excellent views of wildlife which comes wandering by. Guests can also relax in the secluded swimming pool.

Activities at Kapani are focused on the excellent wildlife viewing in the game-rich Mfuwe area. The guided game drives and walks offered are as good as you will find in any of Zambia's National Parks.

Mfuwe Lodge

Mfuwe Lodge is situated overlooking two lagoons in the game-rich Mfuwe area of Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. Mfuwe Lodge’s relaxed charm and enviable surroundings make it the perfect safari stopover.

Accommodation is in secluded en-suite thatched chalets each with a veranda looking out over wallowing Hippo and thirsty game in the lagoons. The lodge’s buildings sit under a canopy of Ebony and Mahogany trees. An endless stream of wildlife in the lagoons will keep guests enthralled as they relax on the open deck or take a dip in the swimming pool. Giraffe, Buffalo, Antelope and Crocodile are constant visitors the lagoon, whilst in November the local Elephants regularly wander right through the lobby, lured by a nearby wild Mango tree.

Activities are focused on guided game drives day and night. Bird watching excursions, guided walking safaris and cultural visits to the local village are also available on request.

Sausage Tree Camp

Sausage Tree Camp is set in a stunning location on the banks of the Zambezi River in the heart of a prime game-viewing area in the Lower Zambezi National Park. The camp is set against a backdrop of the magnificent Zambezi escarpment, overlooking an expanse of narrow channels and low-set reed islands teeming with game.

Accommodation comprises Bedouin-style canvas tents furnished in luxurious fabrics and Zambian Teak. Each unit features a deck offering stunning Zambezi river views. Sausage Tree Camp is the epitome of bush chic offering an authentic bush camp experience with lavish attention to detail.

Safari activities on offer include day and night game drives, guided walks, canoeing, boat cruises, fishing, and bird watching. Elephant, Hippo and Buffalo are seen in camp daily, and guests also have a good chance of seeing Lion, Leopard, Wild Dogs, Hyena, Waterbuck, Zebra, Impala, Bushbuck and Kudu in the surrounding area during their stay.

Chongwe River Camp

On the banks of the Chongwe River lies the Chongwe River Camp, within the boundaries of the Lower Zambezi National Park. The park contains habitats ranging from Montane thickets on the slopes of the escarpment to Miombo woodlands, grassy floodplains and riparian forests. All of the major species in the lower Zambezi valley are regularly sighted: Elephant, Buffalo, Lion and Leopard. Birdlife in the area is also outstanding, making this a real hotspot for ornithologists.

Chongwe River Camp offers range of comfortable en-suite accommodation options to suit all preferences. Guests can be assured of a real home from home where they can unwind and be themselves. The camp fosters a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere where smiling faces are considered more important than getting dressed up for dinner.

Activities at the camp are tailored to make the most of the incredibly diverse wildlife nearby. Game viewing trips are offered by vehicle in the National Park, or from a boat on the Zambezi. Full-day picnic trips, canoeing, walking and fishing are also available, and for those interested in the rich cultural heritage of the area, community visits can be arranged.

Mvuu Lodge

Mvuu Lodge is situated on the lower Zambezi River in Zambia’s Chiawa Game Management Area, right opposite the Mana Pools in neighbouring Zimbabwe. Wild animals frequently roam casually through the camp providing you with a truly unforgettable experience.

Accommodation is in comfortable en-suite safari tented units which sit on raised wooden decks to overlook the river and blend discretely with the surrounding lush vegetation. A refreshing swim in the pool underneath the big shady trees is a perfect way to unwind. Guests can relax with a sundowner, great food and warm hospitality on the open-air dining deck, and can finish off the day sitting around a blazing bonfire in the boma while listening to the sounds of the African bush.

With an abundance of wildlife and over 400 bird species, activities available to guests at Mvuu Lodge include game-viewing by boat or by vehicle, sundowner cruises, walking, canoe safaris, bird watching, photography, fishing and star-gazing.