Exceptional luxury along the banks of the mighty Zambezi
- An ideal retreat along the banks of the Zambezi River
- Shaded by a grove of evergreen Mahogany trees
- A sanctuary of peace and luxury
- Indoor and outdoor showers
- Ball and claw baths
The exceptional Chiawa Camp rests on the pristine banks of the mighty Zambezi River in the renowned Lower Zambezi National Park. Constructed of natural materials, the camp blends effortlessly into its surrounds, and boasts luxurious tents and a lovely honeymoon suite. Each tent features a comfortable king-size bed draped in Egyptian cotton and an ensuite bathroom, complete with a bath, and indoor and outdoor showers.
Delectable Afro-Euro fusion fare is served al fresco — with a sensational four-course, table d’hote awaiting guests after their afternoon game drive. A comfortable sitting room, bar area and upper viewing deck offer the perfect settings in which to unwind, and a sparkling plunge pool provides a cool retreat. Adventures include game drives, walking safaris, boat cruises, canoeing along the Zambezi, birdwatching and exceptional tiger fishing.
The spectacular Lower Zambezi National Park spans 4 092 km² (1 580 square miles) of pristine wilderness. It is situated adjacent to Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools Reserve, creating a giant expanse of protected wilderness, and boasts breathtaking vistas of the Zambezi River, as well as lush riverine surrounds. It is not uncommon to see enormous herds of elephant quenching their thirst and enjoying a good mud bath along the riverbanks, as well as leopard, buffalo and lion. The park offers a wonderful collection of habitats, which are home to a superb diversity of animals. Visitors can explore the marshy Zambezi channels, floodplains bordered by mopane forests, hilly woodlands and the park’s open valley floor.