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Our lodge & hotel choices

Luxury tented lodge accommodation is one of the best way to experience the wildlife destinations at its best. They are eco friendly and located in the best spots for wildlife encounters. Tented camps are characterized by their semipermanent character. After a few seasons, they can be relocated for better game viewing. Their structures are relatively simpler than those of the hotels and lodges, but they offer maximum comfort nevertheless. The guest accommodations have zip-out canvas walls, but that is where any comparison with an ordinary tent ends. They have wooden floors, amazingly comfortable beds, and excellent bathroom facilities. The tented camps have an authentic African, adventurous appeal. These are great places to connect with nature.


Victoria Falls Zimbabwe

Upstream from the iconic Victoria Falls in the Zambezi National Park lies a pristine piece of land on the banks of the Zambezi River. The untouched natural beauty of the park is sprawled over 56 000 breathtaking hectares. The activities offered at Old Drift Lodge emphasise the rich natural environment, focusing on the abundance of wildlife that roam through the Park and swim the Zambezi River. The Zambezi National Park can be explored by road, river or on foot, satisfying guests needs to experience every aspect of this natural utopia. 

The main lodge area has 360-degree views, north facing onto the Zambezi & south facing onto a water hole. Only 4.5 kilometres from the town of Victoria Falls, Old Drift Lodge is the closest lodge within the National Park to Victoria Falls. Luxury boats transport guests to our natural utopia where we are able to accommodate safari goers in 10 double suites and 4 family suites.

Old Drift Lodge offers family friendly accommodation, with each air-conditioned suite decorated with stylish furnishings, fitting of the bygone eras, which blend in seamlessly with the natural environment. The spacious canvas en-suite rooms all have a private lounge, indoor and outdoor showers, plunge pool and an outdoor bath overlooking the Zambezi.


Mana Pools Zimbabwe

John's Camp is a semi-permanent tented camp situated within Mana Pools on Zimbabwe’s northern border with Zambia. The Zambezi River forms a natural boundary between the 2 countries with Mana on the southern banks. Declared a World Heritage Site in 1984, Mana Pools National Park is one of the most beautiful game reserves in Africa.  It offers some of the most outstanding walking in Zimbabwe.

Major highlight of Mana Pools is the walking experience in this remote wilderness.


Serengeti National Park Tanzania

Kubu Kubu Tented Camp, is an exciting new addition to Tanganyika Wilderness Camps’ collection of luxury safari accommodation. With a modern African appearance, creating a fresh, sleek, yet comfortable ambiance. Situated in the stunning central part of the Serengeti, the camp will be strategically positioned in one of the main migration areas so that guests can enjoy this awesome natural wonder from the comfort of their tents. There will be 25 spacious en-suite tents which will offer absolute comfort, exclusivity and a genuine African bush experience. In the central restaurant guests will be able to enjoy exceptional food and wines, and the cozy lounge area has been creatively designed to give an atmosphere of intimacy and exclusivity. There will also be a swimming pool in which to relax after a long game drive. Internet access will be available in the camp with Wifi in the central area. Accommodation will be on a full board basis.


Kafue Zambia

The Plains Camp is the seasonal luxury bush camp of Mukambi Safaris located deep in the heart of the famous Busanga Plains in the north of beautiful Kafue National Park. A wide variety of species is found on the plains including Lion, African Buffalo, Hippopotamus, Lechwe, Side-striped Jackal, and Blue Wildebeest. In addition, large numbers of elephants and 500 bird species are recorded; watch for roan antelope and the rare oribi antelope. The raised boma (communal area), with open campfire and dining area, is rustic, informal and overlooks the openness of the plains, only interrupted by tree studded islands where fig trees and wild date palms draw their nutrients from the remains of giant anthills. Relax and enjoy a refreshing dip in our pool or sunbathe on the wooden deck whilst overlooking the surrounding wetlands. A wooden viewing platform on stilts tucked away high up in the characteristic fig tree above the boma offers a breath-taking view directly onto the floodplain. Busanga, a landscape so distinctive, it is like no other you will see in Africa. This is the Africa you have dreamt of and you can visit this unique area with Mukambi Safaris. It offers a real "home away from home" experience, where service is professional and friendly, yet unobtrusive.

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