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Fishing for Tiger Fish is one of the seasonal specialties of the Zambezi River. Although Tiger Fish and other species can be caught throughout their safari season, the best time to catch Tiger Fish is from late August to mid November during the hotter months of the year.
Chiawa Safaris offers exciting game drives, walking safaris, canoe trips, boat cruises, fishing and hide safaris. The Lower Zambezi National Park and South Luangwa National Park are home to an impressive quantity and variety of wildlife that can be viewed on land based safari activities, through a variety of water based activities and in the camps themselves!
Chiawa Camp, Old Modorro and Puku Ridge Tented Camp all offer an authentic experiential safari, where the focus is on the surrounding bush, the river, the wildlife and you. They offer the highest standards in service and guiding together with a strong focus on responsible tourism and conservation.
Remote Africa Safaris prides itself on its warm, accommodating staff members, experienced and knowledgeable guides, excellent food and small personalised camps. Tafika Camp offers a wide range of activities. The Chikoko Trails camps and Mwaleshi Camp are predominately walking camps.
The main area stretches over various elevated decked levels amongst which a tempting double plunge pool with a waterfall linking the two is situated. Seating areas around the pool or in the shade of the open plan bar on the highest level all offer uninterrupted views across the river and into the National Park.
Watching an elephant take a dip in the river can be quite an experience when you're lounging in your own private plunge pool. The central bar and dining room is positioned under a huddle of matumi and sausage trees, with a wide deck that stretches out with views of the Kapamba River.
The camp is located on the edge of an escarpment in a private location in the South Luangwa with incredible game viewing from the main areas as well as guest tents. The oversized safari tents, all with indoor and outdoor showers. Endemic species include Thornicroft's giraffe, Crayshay's zebra, and Cookson's wildebeest.
Your room is a simple but cosy grass rondavel, circular hut complete with paraffin lanterns, swathes of mosquito netting and an open-air ensuite bathroom with a large 'safari' drum shower. From the panoramic windows you can look out onto the surrounding plains and the incredible game that frequently saunters through camp.
All set on the hillside, Sanctuary Chichele Presidential Lodge offers 10 spacious elegant Victorian suites. Each suite has a private verandah which provides amazing views over the floodplains below. There is a sparkling swimming pool, an indoor dining room and outdoor boma ideal for wining and dining under the stars. The well trained staff offer a top-class service and ensure your every need is catered for.
Thornicroft is situated just about five minutes drive to the main gate of South Luangwa National Park. They can take you on day and night game drives – or how about an early morning game walk? Game drives bring you close to some of the world's most magnificent wildlife so that you can experience a truly African adventure.
The main lodge is a spacious thatched semi-circle of sophisticated comfort. It's an open-plan area that houses the dining area, indoor BBQ, lounge and bar. With a traditional roof, stonewalls and gnarled wooden colonnades the lodge has been designed to fit in with the natural environment.
Set on a secluded deck next to a lagoon that sees permanent heavy hippo traffic and a wide diversity of other animals, Mfuwe Lodge's bush spa creates a sanctuary of pure simplicity for those seeking tranquillity and rejuvenation of mind, body and soul. It offers a contemporary range of eastern and western treatments.

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