Set in an oasis of calm along the bank of the Luangwa River, Croc Valley Camp was fully renovated in February 2005. Croc Valley Camp has heeded the world's carbon foot print call and is completely environmentally friendly. The chalets are built from local natural products and in order to escape the off-season floods, they are raised on stilts, providing a fantastic viewpoint from which to see the wildlife.
The camp fits effortlessly into the surrounding riverine habitat with fantastic views. It is not uncommon to see elephants crossing the river and strolling through the camp.
Catering and camping
Throughout your stay, chefs provide delicious quality meals and snacks from original recipes using fresh ingredients. For those who wish to self-cater, full kitchen facilities are provided.
Bar and restaurant
The Croc Valley Bar and Restaurant are open during the day and at night up to 9:30. Guests are welcome to order at any time from the restaurant menu which offers anything from small snacks and sandwiches to full course meals. Whether you want to eat from the bar or sit down in the camps rustic and tranquil restaurant, the choice is yours. Special meals can also be arranged and the menu can be altered to suit your needs.
The fully stocked bar offers a wide variety of local and imported beers and spirits as well as cool drinks, mixers and a variety of bar snacks. Cold drinks are served throughout the day and ice is always available. Guests are also welcome to try out the unique cocktails on offer and have an opportunity to catch up with the news on satellite TV.
Escorted by a professional guide and fully trained scout, travel along nature trails outside the park in the surrounding riverine habitat along the river. Whether you want to go on safari in the comfort of the especially adapted game viewing vehicle or to venture out on foot, safaris are tailored to meet the needs of guests with resident guides with intimate knowledge. Drives are conducted in either Toyota Land Cruisers or the camp's 20-seater vehicles for larger groups, these are designed to watch Croc Valleys carbon footprint in the park.
Between safaris, in the midday heat, the hippo-friendly swimming pool is perfect for sun bathing and cooling off and hammocks are scattered around the camp for lazing around and watching the world go by.
Luangwa Conservation and Community Fund
Croc Valley Camp supports this local fund. A small contribution to this fund is added to clients' bills – between ZMW 5 – 25 pppn depending on the type of accommodation.
ZAWA park entry fees
Full board rates (chalets and luxury river front tents)
The above rates include
Accommodation only rates (chalets and luxury river front tents)
Croc Valley Camp · Safari camps
Croc Valley Camp lies on the banks of the picturesque Luangwa River. Set in riverine forest, the camp is deliberately inconspicuous so as to retain the natural beauty of its surroundings. An abundance of wildlife such as elephants, monkeys, hippos and a wide variety of antelope often pass through the camp and can be seen most days from the safety of the camps shaded rondavels, the bar and restaurant and from the chalets.
It is not uncommon to see elephants crossing the river and strolling through the camp. Bird life can also be viewed in abundance with exceptional sightings of many of the migratory birds plus regular residents like open billed storks, African fish eagles, bee-eaters and many more.Croc Valley camping rates
Croc Valley Camp · Campsites