Luxury En Suite Safari Tent
‘Speechless. We stayed for four nights in two of the luxury safari tents – which were beautifully located right on the banks of the Luangwa River, from the porch of your tent you can see the hippos and crocs on a daily basis, and an occasional elephant, giraffe or leopard on the bank on the far side of the river.’ – Lizzie B – KampalaRead more reviews on Tripadvisor
On the banks of the Luangwa with the best views in camp, we have positioned six of our luxury en-suite safari tents for the best Zambia tented safaris. The Africa safari tent experience is one you will never forget. These tents are spacious enough for full-sized beds, hanging rack for clothes, bedside tables and lamps. A door leads into a shaded open-air bathroom with hot shower, flush toilet and basin. The luxury tents also have mosquito nets and electric fans as well as fully gauzed windows. One of the six river-front tents is our family tent which has a double bed and two single beds, and one large en-suite bathroom, comfortably sleeping four people. The seventh luxury tent is our honeymoon tent which looks out onto a lovely waterhole where elephant come to mud-bathe and giraffe, bushbuck and puku enjoy a drink. The honeymoon tent has a private setting and large bathroom including a claw foot tub to soak away the dust from the day.
Standard En Suite Safari Tent
Slightly smaller and with river views and bush settings, the 3 standard en-suite safari tents offer a cheaper option but still have all the necessary comforts of the classic Africa safari tent! One tent looks over a lagoon where elephants, giraffe, hippo, puku and bushbuck regularly visit and two look onto the river. All have full sized beds, mosquito nets, hanging rack for clothes and an open air bathroom with hot shower, flush toilet and basin.
Mains electricity and plug sockets (3 pin UK style plugs) are found in all the safari tents
‘Our tent was comfortable and had everything we needed. It was as though they’d asked ‘What would people want on a safari holiday? We’ll give them that!’ rather than ‘This is what we’re offering, you’ve got to fit in with us’. But the best thing was dodging the elephants and hippos to get to and from the tent and restaurant. Literally thrilling.’