Sausage Tree Camp

Lavish Sausage Tree Camp offers some of Zambia’s best gameviewing along with the highest standards in luxury and service. Set by the magnificent Zambezi River deep inside the Lower Zambezi National Park, this exclusive property provides privileged access to the reserve’s epic wildlife without any of the crowds. Expect productive game drives, the opportunity to take guided walks and explore one of Africa’s greatest rivers by canoe or boat.

A maximum of 18 guests are accommodated in billowy white Bedouin-style tents, including a two enormous honeymoon suites and a two-bedroom family tent known as Kigelia House, dominated by romantic four-poster beds draped in silky mosquito netting. Ensuite bathrooms are open-air with plenty of hot water for showers, whilst all suites have sliding doors that lead out onto furnished private verandas with views onto the river. Should you have any requests, your tent comes with a personal butler.

Sausage Tree Camp’s main areas are exquisitely furnished yet invitingly relaxed, with a refreshing 25m lap pool and an expansive timber deck for enjoying a cool drink in the shade of ancient trees. The cuisine here is something worth writing home about, as are the imaginative settings where meals are served – sometimes on a sandy riverbank, occasionally in an ankle-deep channel, in the middle of the bush or around a crackling campfire.


How to get to Sausage Tree Camp

You can fly into Lusaka, Livingstone or Mfuwe airports to reach Sausage Tree Camp. From each terminal, light aircraft can be arranged to Jeki airstrip, inside the Lower Zambezi National Park, where you are met and transferred by road to your campsite (around 1 hour).

Activities at Sausage Tree Camp

  • Game drives day and night
  • Walking safaris
  • Canoeing
  • Boat cruises
  • Bird-watching

Sausage Tree Camp Highlights

  • An award-winning exclusive safari camp in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park
  • Some of Zambia’s best gameviewing without any crowds
  • Sumptuous tented suites including family-friendly Kigelia House
  • Mouth-watering cuisine served in spectacular settings
  • Unforgettable game drives and opportunity to canoe the mighty Zambezi River

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Below are some of our preferred tented camps and lodges in the Lower Zambezi National Park region. Please contact us to tailor accommodation options to suit the style of your trip and your budget.

Chiawa Camp

Operated by a well-respected local family, outstanding Chiawa Camp is located in a prime gameviewing location deep within Zambia's scenic Lower Zambezi National Park.

Chongwe Safaris

One of the most reputable operators in Zambia, Chongwe Safaris owns and manages three acclaimed properties in the Lower Zambezi, the most famous being Chongwe River Camp.

Old Mondoro Camp

Family-run Old Mondoro Camp offers authentic yet luxurious safari experiences deep in the heart of Zambia's Lower Zambezi National Park.

Potato Bush Camp

Set in the game-rich Lower Zambezi National Park, stylish Potato Bush Camp overlooks the mighty Zambezi River which fans out into a spellbinding mosaic of densely forested islands and channels.

Sausage Tree Camp

Lavish Sausage Tree Camp in the Lower Zambezi National Park offers some of Zambia’s best gameviewing along with the highest standards in luxury and service.



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Zambia Overview

Why should I travel to Zambia? Apart from being the site of the magnificent Victoria Falls, Zambia also offers game-rich wildlife parks that are relatively unspoiled by mass tourism. For the more adventurous, there are walking safaris and canoeing trips along the Zambezi River.

When is the best time to see animals in Zambia? Gameviewing is best during the dry season from Jun-Oct when the animals congregate at remaining waterholes.

What is the climate like in Zambia? There are 3 distinct seasons – cool and dry from May-July (23°-25°C), hot and dry from August-October (30°-40°C), and warm and wet from November-April (28°-35°C).

What can I combine Zambia with? Zambia’s neighbours – Botswana, Malawi or Zimbabwe – which all offer amazing scenery and wildlife. Or combine with South Africa and explore picturesque Cape Town, Table Mountain and the Cape Winelands.

How to get to Zambia? There are regular flights daily from Johannesburg in South Africa to Lusaka, where you can board connecting flights to a range of safari camps. There are also regular flights from Jo’burg into Livingstone, a large town close to the Victoria Falls. It is also possible to fly to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and then transfer by road to Zambia.

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