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Spend 4 nights at Baines River Camp on the Zambezi River in the Lower Zambezi Valley
In the heart of the African subcontinent lies a destination known as “the real Africa”. This is Zambia, where you will find remote wilderness areas, breath-taking scenery, wildlife in abundance and a kind hearted people. Here, in the midst of the unspoiled African bush, on the northern banks of the Zambezi River, you will discover Baines’ River Camp.
This true colonial style safari lodge, named after the famous artist and explorer Thomas Baines, offers a wide variety of land and water based safari activities in and around the Lower Zambezi National Park, the first carbon-neutral National Park in the World. In addition, Baines’ River Camp offers specialized photographic workshops, fly fishing clinics and elephant studies, led by passionate specialist of international acclaim.
Reflecting the colonial verandah style of a bygone era, the camp’s spacious main lodge area offers wide views of the Zambezi River towards Mana Pools in neighbouring Zimbabwe. Its open plan design includes two lounges, indoor and outdoor dining areas and the Selous Bar which opens up to our swimming pool. The boma-style fire place is lit every evening and during the cooler winter evenings the fireplaces in the bar and in the dining area offer extra comfort.
Baines’ River Camp can accommodate 20 guests in eight individual suites and a two-bedroom family unit, the “Baines’ Cottage”, each decorated with rich, classical fabrics and colourful kelims. Each of the colonial style safari chalets commands its own view of the Zambezi River from a comfortably furnished, private veranda.
An African Safari can be so much more than just game drives. With a variety of activities on offer on land and on the river, you will soon discover different aspects of the African bush at Baines’ River Camp.