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Baines River Camp

The Zambezi River's luscious shores, famed for land and water safaris, allow a multitude of wildlife to flourish from its nourishment. In the midst of this unspoilt African bush, on the northern bank of the Zambezi, you'll discover Baines’ River Camp.
Enchanting and everlasting experiences await you here. Baines’ River Camp offers the finest game-viewing, birding, and angling available anywhere on the Lower Zambezi. In addition to the first-class experiences you'd expect from a lodge of Baines' calibre; they also offer an array of unique activities that'll surprise and delight you. Enjoy specialized photographic workshops, fly fishing clinics, and elephant studies, led by passionate specialists of international acclaim.

Swap out an evening game drive for a boat cruise followed by a fun game of boule on the beaches of the Zambezi River. Game viewing from the river adds a different dimension to your safari. You can expect to see anything from a breeding herd of elephants bathing, ever-curious buffalo in the reeds, or the elusive African Skimmer. Hippos, crocodiles, monitor lizards and a host of aquatic species also inhabit the mighty river and its surroundings; not to mention hundreds of bird species which call the Lower Zambezi their home.
Baines’ River Camp's exquisite suites and tasteful main area were built to be the highlight of your stay. This is where you'll come to unwind after a day of sheer African adventure.

Enjoy a spa treatment or library book while you unwind alongside the river. The camp can accommodate 20 guests in eight individual suites and a two-bedroom family unit, decorated with rich, classical fabrics and colourful kilims. Every detail is taken care off: modern Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, ceiling fans, cotton percale linens, pure goose-down pillows and duvets, a spacious dressing area, generous walk-in showers, fresh coffee and tea, and more. Each suite extends out to a personal verandah, where you can soak up the beauty of a true African Garden of Eden. Extensive views over the Zambezi River, majestic mountains, ever-changing skies and wildlife roaming freely. Savour superior meals at the camp or opt to join pop up eats at a scenic location in the valley. Fancy a cocktail? Visit the camp's Gin Bar for a one of a kind bush tasting experience.

Lower Zambezi National Park

Read more about The Lower Zambezi National Park and see what it has to offer. 

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