OVERVIEW ON SAUSAGE TREE CAMP IN LOWER ZAMBEZI
Sausage Tree Camp is located on the banks of the Zambezi River, at the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia. This exclusive safari camp, featured on the BBC’s Holiday Ten Best programs, specializes in affording you the very best game viewing, with traditional safari style. Only the very highest international standards in luxury and service are offered and are combined with this truly classic African wildlife experience.
Accommodation, Facilities & Amenities At Sausage Tree Camp
- Sausage Tree Camp Accommodation are in six luxurious white Bedouin style tents, discreetly positioned along the riverbank. Local materials are utilized to create a minimalist style in which the reddish brown teak furniture including, sumptuous four-poster beds, contrast crisply and cleanly with pure white fabrics and flowing white mosquito nets. Nearly hidden from one another, and shaded by mature Sausage and Mahogany trees, the tents are cool, private sanctuaries to return to after an early morning game drive and for a good nights rest.
- Each Sausage Tree Camp tent has a private open-air en-suite bathroom, which has become a distinct trademark for this world-renowned tented safari camp. From the loo with a view, to the steaming hot shower, or the honeymoon tent which offers a bathtub worth marrying for!
- Sleeping only 12 guests, Sausage Tree Camp offers a truly personalized safari experience. Each tent has its own personal Muchinda (butler) to attend to your every whim. Devoid of fences, elephant and other game frequently walk through camp, allowing guests to enjoy game experiences from the comfort of their tents.
- A silenced generator, for tent lighting and battery charging and evening escort to and from guest tents
Dining At Sausage Tree Camp
- Can you imagine, every night fine dining on the banks of the Zambezi, with the chorus of laughing hippopotami and croaking frogs? Well it does happen! Sausage Tree Camp has a huge white open-style dining and bar tent where this is a nightly occurrence. The settings natural ambience radiates all around, allowing you to enjoy a sumptuous meal whilst serenaded by the sounds of the African evening. Which may well include the silhouette of game provided by the brilliance of the mysterious moon.
- Dining alone perched on the edge of the Zambezi with your very own personal Muchinda attending to your every wish is something not to be missed! Dinner is served under the stars, around the campfire, or in the dining tent, for Sausage Tree Camp’s three-course fine dining candlelit dinner. Wine, dine and socialize with the other guests and your hosts, who have come to experience and appreciate Africa at its very best.
- Breakfast At Sausage Tree Camp: Available at any time to suit your personal needs and to fit with your morning activities. Breakfast is buffet style, consisting of juice, tea, coffee, toast, muffins, cereal and fresh fruit salad. It’s a very healthy way to start the day. For those who prefer a cooked breakfast, orders can be taken the night before.
- Lunch At Sausage Tree Camp: Served at around noon, unless other arrangements have been made. The buffet lunch consists of a hot meat dish, vegetarian dish, two salads and the “hot special bread” of the day. Just in case that doesn’t satisfy, the chef serves a selection of the finest Zambian and South African cheeses, served on a board with crackers, nuts and dried fruits.
- Dinner At Sausage Tree Camp: While not a form al affair, most guests choose to dine together at the hosted table. If though you would prefer a private and romantic dinner for two, Sausage Tree Camp will gladly set up your very own table, bar and camp fire in front of your tent.
Activities At Sausage Tree Camp
- Morning, afternoon and night wildlife viewing and game drives.
- Boat Safari – Wildlife viewing on the magnificent Zambezi River.
- Sunset and Sundowner cruises on the Zambezi River for honeymooners/special events.
- Fishing safari expeditions on the Zambezi River.
- Experience Zambia’s renowned Africa walking safaris in Lower Zambezi National Park.
- Canoeing down stream on the Zambezi River for adults travelers.