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Potato Bush Camp

Located alongside renowned sister camp, Sausage Tree, Potato Bush Camp overlooks the mighty Zambezi River which fans out into a spellbinding mosaic of densely forested islands and channels.
Baby elephants enthusiastically splash themselves, hippos expose their pink bellies, birds dip their heads... and you?

You can pick from a range of activities including guided game drives, boating and seasonal catch-and-release fishing.

The big cats tend to be more active after dark and you may find yourself following lions on the hunt during a night drive. The Lower Zambezi is also renowned for canoeing. Drift along admiring birdlife and animals around the water. Walking is the perfect way to search for the smaller creatures, learn about the local flora, and examine dozens of different animal tracks. Whilst boat cruises are a very relaxing means of appreciating the blazing African sunset.

As a luxuriously modern, yet traditional camp, Potato Bush Camp epitomizes bush chic. The camp boasts three well-appointed canvas and rosewood safari tents plus a 2-bedroom family tent, discreetly positioned along the river with sweeping panoramic views.

Each suite is serviced by its own private butler. The spacious, airy tents include an en-suite bathroom with twin showers, twin basins, and a full-size four-claw bathtub. Large folding doors lead onto your personal balcony, complete with a 2-person hammock and private plunge pool. The family tent has two bedrooms, two en-suites bathrooms, a huge living area, fully stocked bar and fridge, private dining table, and an extra-large private plunge pool. The open plan dining, bar and lounge area are linked to all four tents by way of raised timber boardwalks. The communal camp fire is well positioned under the stars, right on the edge of the river bank. It's the perfect place to relax after a long day of safari adventure.

Lower Zambezi National Park

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