Welcome to Sausage Tree Camp in Lower Zambezi National Park

AboutSausage Tree Camp

Established in 1996 as Zambia's premier luxury bush camp, Sausage Tree Camp epitomizes bush chic and exclusivity. It remains among Africa's select camps offering private guiding, ensuring personalized safari experiences unlike any other.

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Key facts of Sausage Tree Camp

Open 1 April to 30 November
Country Zambia
National Park Lower Zambezi National Park
Accommodation 7 luxurious safari tents
Policy Children over the age of 12 years are welcome a group booking
Airstrip Jeki
Boating on the Zambezi River
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Sausage Tree Camp offers unparalleled luxury with its expansive teak deck, commanding views of the Zambezi River and its vibrant ecosystem. From plush leather sofas to shaded tables, guests can leisurely observe hippos, elephants, buffalo, and kingfishers amidst the stunning backdrop. A 25-meter lap pool, flanked by sun loungers, complements this breathtaking panorama. Nestled along the riverbank, seven suites and a two-bedroom house, elevated on raised decks, feature Bedouin-style canvas canopies, contemporary designs, and private plunge pools, embodying the essence of bush chic.

En suite & Outdoor shower
Plunge pool in main area
WiFi available


The spacious suites at Sausage Tree Camp offer a luxurious retreat with a host of amenities. Featuring an entrance reception room complete with a lounge area, tea/coffee station, and fridge, guests are welcomed into comfort. The spacious bedroom, adorned with king-size or twin beds under a mosquito net canopy, leads to a large indoor bathroom boasting twin sinks, rain showers, and a river-view bath. Sliding glass doors open onto a large deck with a private plunge pool, while an outdoor shower extends off the bathroom. Ochre screed floors, natural wood surfaces, and neutral colors create a contemporary bush chic ambiance. Unique touches such as imaginative vegetation displays and origami animal shapes made from towels add to the luxurious experience. Complimentary binoculars and yoga mats showcase the camp’s attention to detail, ensuring guests enjoy a truly unforgettable stay.


Situated along the majestic Zambezi River, Lower Zambezi National Park offers abundant wildlife sightings, including crocodiles, hippos, and large water monitor lizards. Its strategic location facilitates the frequent movement of buffalo and elephant between Zimbabwe’s Mana Pools and Lower Zambezi National Parks. The park hosts thriving populations of eland, zebra, wildebeest, waterbuck, bushbuck, and kudu, with impala being the dominant antelope species. While grysbok and duiker sightings are rarer, they are occasionally observed. Predators such as hyenas, lions, and leopards inhabit the area, with wild dog sightings being less common. Home to over 370 bird species, the park is a paradise for birdwatchers, with sightings ranging from colorful bee-eaters, storks, herons, and eagles to kingfishers of various types. The river is alive with the presence of egrets, cormorants, darters, fish eagles, and storks, while rare species like African skimmers, ospreys, and spoonbills add to the park’s avian diversity.

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