Welcome to Kutali Camp in Lower Zambezi National Park

AboutKutali Camp

Nestled amidst the enchanting landscapes of Kulefu Island, Kutali Camp embodies the essence of remoteness and tranquility. Situated within the captivating Winter-thorn forest of the Zambezi valley, this camp exudes an aura of timeless elegance. Surrounded by the majestic Faidherbia trees, Kutali Camp offers a unique atmosphere distinct from its counterparts, such as Chula.

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Key facts of Kutali Camp

Open 1 May - 15 November
Country Zambia
National Park Lower Zambezi National Park
Accommodation 5 safari tents
Airstrip Jeki
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Nestled beneath majestic Winterthorn trees, our main area is housed in a spacious stretch-canvas tent. Here, guests can indulge in delicious meals, unwind with a good book, charge cameras, and enjoy wildlife sightings, all while immersing themselves in the beauty of the surrounding wilderness. Kutali offers the perfect blend of comfort and authenticity in a serene bush-camp setting. Our intimate camp features just 5 guest tents, ensuring exclusivity with a maximum of 10 guests at a time. Strategically positioned to offer breathtaking views of the Zambezi River, each tent is meticulously crafted for luxury and relaxation.

En suite & bucket shower

The bespoke tents boast premium amenities, including high-quality linen, comfortable mattresses, and modern conveniences such as flushing toilets and running water taps. Experience the essence of safari living with traditional bucket-showers, adding a touch of adventure to your stay.


Nestled along the banks of the majestic Zambezi River, Lower Zambezi National Park offers unparalleled opportunities to observe the rich diversity of wildlife. From crocodiles and hippos to the impressive water monitor lizard, the park teems with fascinating creatures.
Thanks to its strategic location, Lower Zambezi serves as a thoroughfare for buffalo and elephant herds migrating between Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools and the park. Additionally, eland, zebra, wildebeest, waterbuck, bushbuck, and kudu thrive here, with impala dominating the antelope population. Among the carnivores, encounters with hyenas, lions, and leopards are not uncommon, while sightings of wild dogs, though less frequent, offer a thrilling safari experience. With over 370 bird species recorded, Lower Zambezi is a haven for bird enthusiasts.

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