Zambia Two Rivers Safari
Explore two of Zambia's premier wildlife destinations with a diverse array of activities. This Special Offer features one night free at each location.
Coursing through the heart and along the peripheries of Zambia, rivers are the life lines of our magnificent wilderness areas. They nourish the lands and sustain Zambia's incredible diversity and abundance of wildlife. Each of our safari camps offer a unique wilderness setting, showcasing the impressive variety of habitats found along the Luangwa and Zambezi Rivers. Watch as predators come to the river's edge, drawn by the huge gatherings of thirsty grazers - nature's theatre at its best.
Join us on safari and experience the rhythm of life along the banks of these mighty rivers.
10 nights/11 days
April to October
Why You'll Love It
- • Stunning Locations
• Intimate Camps
• Superb Wildlife
• Luxury accommodation
• Excellent Food
- • Internal Flights
• All Accommodation
• All Meals and Drinks
• All Activities
• National Park Fees
Flanked by a grove of towering ebony trees on one side and the Luangwa River on the other, Time + Tide Mchenja offers luxury in the heart of the national park. Overlooking a wide river expanse, Time + Tide Mchenja is wonderful for watching large herds of elephants crossing the Luangwa River.
The rooms bring style, comfort and luxury to an authentic safari experience.
Situated deep in the national park on the ephemeral Luwi River, Time + Tide Luwi is wonderfully remote, with no other camps or people for miles around. Tranquillity envelops this camp, creating a wilderness haven that allows guests to reconnect with nature in a meaningful way.
Nestled in a grove of ancient mahogany trees, the rooms are designed to fully immerse guests into the bush experience.
Dotted along the forested riverbanks, Time + Tide Chongwe Camp is surrounded by wild beauty. Set at the confluence of the Chongwe and Zambezi Rivers against a beautiful mountainous backdrop, the camp offers the best views in the Lower Zambezi.
A grove of towering winterthorn trees creates a shady haven for the camp below. Guests aren't the only ones that enjoy them though - elephants frequently wander through camp to feed on the many seed pods dropped from above.