There are only eight safari “tents” at the Chiawa camp, nestled on the banks of the Zambezi River, a prime watering hole for an abundance of wildlife. Constructed essentially of natural materials, all of the luxurious tents were built on a raised timber decks under shady mahogany and acacia trees with en-suite bathrooms.
Tents feature Victorian sunken tubs, double brass sinks and large private verandahs. The dining and bar area of the lodge overlook the confluence of the Chiawa and Zambezi rivers, where animals frequently stop to drink and cool off from the heat. Relax on the dining porch and enjoy Chiawa’s delectable cuisine, known for its fresh, locally-grown produce.