Sausage Tree Camp

Lower Zambezi National Park

FROM $940

per person per night sharing

*The rates are indicative only and subject to seasonality and availability

Rates Include: Private Guide/Vehicle, Accommodation, Meals, Beverages, Laundry, Internal Park Transfers, Safari Activities, Fishing & Butler.

Rates Exclude: Transfers, park fees.

Perfect African Safari

Founded in 1996 as Zambia’s most luxurious bush camp, located within the exclusive Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia, Sausage Tree Camp, has redefined the safari experience and become the benchmark for Zambian bush chic. The camp, named after the sausage shaped fruit in the giant Sausage Trees, was awarded “Best Location in Africa” at the Good Safari Guide Awards and rated No. 1 by the BBC’s holiday program’s 10 best luxury resorts of the world. The camp has a privileged location within the natural beauty of the protected Lower Zambezi National Park with it’s abundance of wildlife. Sausage Tree Camp has no boundaries and is ideally placed in the heart of the Park, where the animals are free to wander straight through and around the camp making the comfort of your tent the ideal wildlife viewing sanctuary.
Sausage Tree Camp hosts a maximum of eighteen guests, accommodated in seven Luxury Suites dotted discreetly along the riverbank. Each Luxury Suite is a spacious island of cool minimalist style serviced by a private butler. Highlights being the unique open-air shower, a large deck with private plunge pool & lounge area.


Location: Located along the Zambezi River, Lower Zambezi National Park.

Access: By road and air charter.

Accommodation: 7 x Luxury Suites,1 x Kigelia House (2 x ensuite bedrooms)

Activities: Game drives (day & night), walking safaris,canoeing, scenic boat cruises, tiger fishing

Season: All season

Age Restriction: Children aged 8 years and above are welcome.

Why we love this camp:

  • Guaranteed private guiding.
  • A perfect family holiday destination.
  •  Spectacular game viewing.

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