There’s nothing quite like waking up at Chamilandu. Early morning views don’t get much better than the rippling waters of the Luangwa River, the gentle rise of the Chindeni Hills and a vast African sky – especially when you’re lying in a four poster bed in a handsome stilted tree-house. You don’t even need to leave your bed to see the wildlife – from your unique vantage point you can watch as animals roam across the landscape, or swing through the trees above your head.
There are just three stilted chalets at this exclusive camp, set on the riverbank beneath a soaring ebony grove. Enjoy a sun downer from the comfort of the thatched bar and dining area, as you watch the wildlife do the same at the river.
Chamilandu’s three exquisite tree-houses perch right on the edge of the Luangwa River. Each has its own raised veranda to loll on during the heat of the day, and an open-fronted en-suite bathroom with the same magnificent views over the tranquil waters. Two of the tree-houses have twin beds (queen-sized beds) and one has a double (king-sized bed). With capacity for just six guests, this is the perfect camp for small groups.
- Day Game Drives
- Guided Walks
- Night Game Drives
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South Luangwa National Park
Although South Luangwa is only about half the size of other southern African heavyweights like Kruger in South Africa or Etosha in Namibia, in terms of density of big game it’s top of the pile. Aptly named the Valley of the Leopard, if you go to South Luangwa you will definately see the leopards. The incredibly diverse landscapes range from dense forests of mopane trees and the leopard’s favourite sausage trees, to wide open savanna punctuated only by the occasional lonely baobab, all hugged by the wide and winding Luangwa River.
There is a wide range of accommodation from which to enjoy all that this incredible park has to offer. Most of the accommodation options are found along the Luangwa rivcr’s edge, so you can see hippos, crocodiles, elephants and more without even having to leave the comfort of the veranda. In fact, the park’s elephants, hippos, giraffes, vervet monkeys, baboons, bush buck and more are known to wander around the grounds of the unfenced lodges, adding to the already unique and truly wild African experience that is the order of the day anywhere around here