Set under Jackalberry and Tamarind trees on the banks of the Zambezi River, you will find Baines', River Lodge. Combining the tradition of an era gone past with modern world luxury, Baines' is the ultimate escape for the refined traveler. The camp has magnificent views across the broad expanse of the Zambezi River to the Unesco World Heritage site of Mana Pools in neighbouring Zimbabwe.Back to Lower Zambezi
Baines River Camp is situated on the Zambian banks of the Zambezi River within the Chiawa Game Management Area adjacent to the Lower Zambezi National Park. The camp is approximately 30 minutes drive from Royal Airstrip which is accessible by a 30 minute flight from Lusaka International Airport.
8 Explorer Suites & 1 x 2 bedroom Family cottage (Jackalberry Suite)
Each luxurious, freestanding suite has spectacular views over the Zambezi River. The suites are equipped with:
En-suite bathrooms with shower and private dressing area
The 2 bedroom-2 bathrooms Jackalberry Suite has all the above features and:
Bar and Dining area
Lounge (where WIFI is accessed)
Dining is all private and there a range of special dining options including bush breakfasts and water lunches
Inclusive: Boating, Canoeing, Game Drives, Fishing, Walking, Beach Boules, Gin Tasting
Extra: Community Visits
Children 6 years and older are accepted.
There is space in the Explorer Suites to add extra beds. The Cottage is ideal for families as has 2 separate bedrooms and private dining there can be arranged.
1st March - 30th November
Baines’ River Camp has worked closely together with Chieftainess Chiyaba, and put together a cooperative of 35 farmers and a team of international experts to create the first safe and sustainable local farming enterprise in the area.
Pack For A Purpose – Baines Supports the Chiawa Rural Medical Centre (or Chiawa Clinic)
Conservation Lower Zambezi - Baines’ River Camp is a platinum member of CLZ. Over the years it has become clear that separate projects by individual safari operators are not nearly as effective as the combined effort of all. Led by a small, dedicated and professional team, CLZ has developed into a highly successful conservation initiative. Working closely together with Zambia’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife (previously ZAWA), CLZ is instrumental in the protection of the Lower Zambezi Valley as a whole, assisted by the monthly support of all safari operators in the area and generous funding from external donors. The organisation has three core functions:
– Wildlife protection
– Environmental Education
– Community Development
Power Source: Generator and Inverter
Wifi in the lounge
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