This National Park is generally considered to be the least developed and most remote, a chance to really experience nature in its rawest form. The Zambezi River flows through it, providing water to huge groups of wildlife, including vast herds of elephant. The park also has good numbers of lions and leopard.
Accommodation in Lower Zambezi
Chongwe Safaris is one of the oldest and most established companies in the Lower Zambezi. On offer are Classic Tents, the Albida or Cassia Suites, Tsika Island , Kasaka River Lodge, or the exclusive and private Chongwe River House. Chongwe River House sits on the banks of the Chongwe River, which borders Zambia’s Lower Zambezi […]
Elephants are the big draw at Chiawa Camp – and hippos, crocodiles, Cape buffalo, baboons, even the occasional lion. Chiawa nails the African, luxury-in-the-bush, “glamping” experience to the letter. Hugging the banks of the mighty Zambezi River, Chiawa was the first safari camp to open in the Lower Zambezi National Park back in 1989. It’s […]
Some of the most panoramic views of the Zambezi River are available to guests at this upscale lodge, which lies on the edge of the Lower Zambezi National Park. As well as elegant rooms, the lodge also boasts a luxury spa, which employs indigenous ingredients from the surrounding bush.