A brilliant camp, pure luxury in the wild! I wanted to go back as soon as I left.
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Zambezi National Park, Zimbabwe
- Cruise down the river at Sunset with complimentary drinks and snacks
- Enjoy river views from one of the eight Bedouin style luxury tents
- Canoe down the mighty Zambezi river with an expert guide
Facilities includeWIFI Private splash pools Electronic safes Lounge Fully stocked bar
- Game Walks
- Game Drives
- Victoria Falls Tour
- Sunset Cruise Amongst the Islands
Seasons in Zimbabwe
About Zambezi Sands
Zambezi Sands River Camp is situated within the western part of the Zambezi National Park along the banks of the mighty Zambezi River upstream from Victoria Falls. 45 minutes by road or by river cruise from the Falls, the many channels and islands in this part of the river are perfect for canoe and walking explorations. Accommodation is in 8 luxury tents, each facing the river with private decks and plunge pools.
At camp, the habitat provides a wealth of opportunities for drives and walks with our experienced guides, while the Zambezi River itself invites exploration by inflatable canoe or motorised launch.
However, relaxing in your private splash pool on your deck overlooking the Zambezi is also just as enjoyable. Elephants can be found loitering on the mainland or in the river, while hippo, waterbuck and bushbuck frequent the reed banks and islands. Lions can be heard calling at night and the birdlife is prolific - African finfoot, African skimmer, pratincoles and Pel fishing owl all live around here.
This tented lodge is situated within the western area of the Zambezi National Park on the banks of the mighty Zambezi River upstream of the Victoria Falls. Zambezi Sands is unique in that it features not only the Zambezi River and water-based activities and some glorious wildlife and scenery but is also close to the Victoria Falls.
How to get there
We will assist you with all necessary internal transfers after booking.
45 minute road transfer (forest route) or 1.5 hour road transfer (river route) from Victoria Falls town
Victoria Falls airstrip
NB. All prices and charges are subject to change
When to go
Zimbabwean rains fall primarily during December, January, February and March. The night time temperatures start to drop in late March.
Nights in June, July and August become much cooler. In September and October the temperatures rise once again and guests can expect to see some fantastic game, as Zimbabwe's wildlife concentrate around the limited water sources.
Things to bring: Sunhat, sunglasses, sunblock cream and comfortable walking shoes, binoculars, cameras and charges preferably with 12vDC capability light, neutral coloured clothing, warm and windproof jackets essential particularly from May to September
Travelling with children
Children under the age of 7 are allowed by special arrangement and providing parents sign a disclaimer (this includes water safari activities & walking safaris).
Children aged 12 and below pay 50% of the adult sharing rate when sharing with an adult.
Up to 2 children may share a suite with a parent or guardian.
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