Old Mondoro is an intimate bush camp of only five chalets in Zambia’s wild Lower Zambezi National Park. Set on the banks of the Zambezi River in a rich wildlife area, this is a superb spot to become fully immersed in the daily goings on of the animal kingdom.
Cottar’s 1920s Safari Camp will transport you back to the golden age of the safari. With its authentic luxury white canvas tents, safari antiques and spacious yet intimate environment, Cottar’s is one of Kenya’s gems. With the Maasai Mara on its doorstep, it offers game viewing at its best.
Madikwe Hills is a private game reserve in South Africa. The reserve offers stunning safaris and the big game five. This is not a fishing destination. Each lodge provides glass fronted suites with spectacular views and private plunge pools so that you can further enjoy the sounds of Africa.
The Chobe Savanna Lodge is situated on the banks of the Chobe River offering spectacular views of the Chobe National Park’s Puku Flats. The best way to experience the environment here is from the river and experienced guides are on hand to lead both wildlife viewing and fishing activities.
As one of the oldest camps in Lower Zambezi, the Chongwe River Camp in Zambia is a perfect destination for the family to game view while accessing the fantastic tiger fishing on the lower Zambezi River.
Situated among towering baobab trees, Kaza Safari Lodge (formerly Impalila Island Lodge) provides fishermen with opportunities to catch sizable tigerfish, bream and many other spices. It’s a great spot for non-fishers too with good wildlife and bird viewing and regular sightings of lion, elephant and hippo.