Resting peacefully on the banks of the Zambezi River, under a grove of evergreen Mahogany trees, Chiawa Camp holds the prime position in the heart of Zambia’s Lower Zambezi National Park. It is here where David Livingstone ventured nearly 150 years previously and where the Cumings Family in 1989 created the very first photo safari operation in the Lower Zambezi National Park and what has since become one of Africa’s most desirable, sought-after safari destinations.

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Chiawa Camp in Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia sits on the Zambezi River, blending in with its picturesque surroundings. Nestled amid the bush and alongside the river, guests receive the best of both land and water safari worlds at Chiawa Camp. Guests will especially appreciate Chiawa Camp’s staff and guides, who are widely considered among some of the finest and most knowledgeable in the Lower Zambezi National Park. Chiawa Camp is family owned and operated, meaning that luxury manifests itself in personalized service, concerted conservation efforts, and a range of world-class wildlife adventures.

At Chiawa Camp in Zambia, a collection of nine safari tents can accommodate 16 individual guests, or 18 if exclusively booked for a group. Each tent has its own private pathway and offers an amazing view across the Zambezi River and its vast array of resident wildlife. Relax on the comfortable private deck of your tent and enjoy the splendor of the Zambezi River or the Zambezi itself. Every tent has a king-size bed, Egyptian cotton sheets, en-suite bathrooms, indoor and outdoor showers, and nostalgic claw foot bathtubs.

There are a number of activities to enjoy while at the Chiawa Camp, including game drives, bush walks, canoe trips, gaming by boat or fishing, including the popular tiger-fishing. Guests are also invited to dine on a mix of African and European dishes, which are made with fresh, authentic Zambian ingredients. Some of the finest cuisine Africa has to offer is plentiful at Chiawa Camp, including lavish breakfasts and brunches, buffet-style lunches, and extravagant four-course nightly dinners. Guests can enjoy their meals in the bush, on a boat, or next to a campfire by the river while the Chiawa Camp choir sings. An inviting plunge pool is also on offer, providing guests with the remarkable views of the famed Zambezi and the many elephants who frequently find their way into this remarkable camp.

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