Camps

Whether it is your first time to Africa or a returning safari enthusiast looking for that next adventure. We have chosen our destinations for their uniqueness and love of travelling off the beaten track. Remote wilderness, a cultural experience hidden with a touch of luxury.

Trying to sift through the many African destinations and choices of where to stay can sometimes take hours or even days. And for that matter it’s no easy feat. Choosing a camp that suits your needs or your bucket list adventure can require some additional expert advice. On this page we are highlighting our most favourite camps and experiences, providing insight to wildlife conservation initiatives and sustainable tourism.

The camps we have chosen are out away from the masses and offer a remote experience of being in one with nature. Obviously there are some places where the choice is limited especially getting between destinations.

King Lewanika in Liuwa Plains Zambia

Why we like King Lewanika in Liuwa Plains National Park, Zambia?

  • One of the oldest National Parks in African history and famed for the beautiful lion Lady Liuwa.
  • African Parks Conservation initiative in conjunction with the Zambian government.
  • Second largest Blu wildebeest migration in Africa and fantastic hyena predator action.

There are so many more reasons for visiting Liuwa Plains and you certainly won’t be disappointed.

“Despite its luxurious design, Time + Tide King Lewanika retains its safari authenticity with canvas walls, indoor and outdoor showers, decks overlooking the plains and the use of natural materials. Elements of leather, cotton and canvas complete the design. The villas offer total immersion in the vast landscape, allowing travellers to experience nature’s masterpiece in a meaningful way.” Time & Tide.

With 5 villas and 1 family villa they all include indoor and outdoor showers, panoramic views from your private verandah, spacious layout and modern interiors with fans in each villa. WiFi is limited to the main area and camp is run on solar power.

Open from mid October to mid July and experiences vary due to the time of year. Activities include morning and afternoon game drives, walking safaris, sleepout’s under the stars and canoeing/fishing which is seasonal. Stunning wildflowers are exceptional when in season. If you are keen to visit from January to May then you will experience Liuwa’s dramatic storms and sunsets.

Flights to Kalabo currently operate twice weekly from Livingstone and heli transfers out to camp on arrival. Great fun I must say! If you are a food buff then you won’t be disappointed, the culinary team go to great lengths to cater for all requests and with some yummy snacks to accompany you along the way. Liuwa Plain is definitely a photographers dream, for anyone wanting to get that one incredible image to remember or thousands to take home. It is a place you need to stay longer and not shorter as every day brings a new wildlife experience.

For more information on Zambia and Liuwa Plains for your Africa Safari, make sure you contact us at: hello@reisvoyage.com.au

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