This camp is set on the adjacent plot to its sister-camp Sausage Tree so it shares the same excellent location in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park. As with Sausage Tree it offers exclusive activities to all guests and free flights to boot but it has been cleverly set at a noticeably lower price-point meaning that the company is able to attract a wider variety of clientele.
The camp, although tented is relatively contemporary in design, the rooms / tents are built on raised plinths with canvas walls and large windows, each has it’s own verandah with double hammock and small plunge pool, the feel is very much of cream canvas trimmed with rosewood and it’s a look and feel that I think works very well.
There are 3 standard rooms with the 4th being a family suite hosting 2 en-suite rooms and a central sitting / dining area again with it’s own pool, obviously this unit is ideal for families but will work just as well for 2 couples travelling together.
The activities from this camp are similar to any other Lower Zambezi camp, the location within the Park is great for game-viewing and fishing is good in this region of the river.