Located right on the confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi rivers, and shaded by tall winterthorn trees, Chongwe River Camp occupies an enviable spot on the boundary of the Lower Zambezi National Park. Despite being outside the park itself (which is unfenced), the area is a game viewing hotspot and in fact, you often don’t need to leave the camp, with processions of elephant between the tents a common sighting.
Accommodation is in nine, Mulati style tents under thatch, and all are comfortable, spacious and stylish. The bathrooms, however, are the star of the show, with vast, open-air showers to enjoy in the morning or evening. As for activities, day and night drives are possible, as are walking safaris, canoeing and boat trips, and you can even try your hand at netting a monster tiger fish on a catch-and- release fishing excursion – definitely a highlight of any safari.make an Enquiry