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Sausage Tree Bush Camp

The Lower Zambezi National Park (LZNP) sits right between the dramatic Zambezi Escarpment and the spectacular Zambezi River. The many channels, lagoons, sandbanks and islands open up to sweeping plains, woodland and bush. The park is rich with wild game like leopard, lion, elephant, buffalo, not to mention prolific birdlife and fishing.
Sausage Tree Camp provides privileged access to the very best of LZNP's diverse landscapes and epic wildlife; without any of the crowds. The camp was voted Best Location in Africa at the 2016 Good Safari Guide awards and was rated No 1 by the BBC’s holiday program 10 Best Luxury Resorts of the World.

At Sausage Tree Camp, you set the pace of your day including the type and length of each safari activity. Its ideal location in LZPN means that game viewing takes place both on the water, by boat or canoes, and on land by specialized four-wheel-drive vehicles or on foot.
Sausage Tree was completely rebuilt in 2018 to the highest of international standards. It accommodates up to 18 guests in billowy white Bedouin-style tents, including two enormous honeymoon suites and a two-bedroom family tent known as Kigelia House. Nearly hidden from one another, and shaded by mature Sausage and Mahogany trees, each tent comes with private butler service, lounge and dining areas, indoor/outdoor bathrooms, private plunge pools,

unrivalled views and every comfort for the discerning traveller. The African inspired fusion cuisine is something worth writing home about, as are the imaginative settings where meals are served. Rise to the smell of fresh coffee while breakfast warms over a crackling fire, overlooking the Zambezi River. Indulge in lunches on a sandbank in the river, while water laps at your feet. Wine and dine by candlelight in the open-air dining tent, by starlight on the deck, by campfire deep in the bush, or by lantern in the privacy of your own deck. Every experience at Sausage Tree Camp will bring surprises and memories to cherish.

Lower Zambezi National Park

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