Tusk & Mane - Kutali Camp

Lower Zambezi

Tusk and Mane is an owner operated safari operation offering a back to nature wilderness adventure. Owners Kyle Branch and Luke Evans both have extensive experience and knowledge of both Zambia and the Lower Zambezi National Park and either Luke or Kyle will on hand to host each safari. The primary focus of a Tusk & Mane safari is the wilderness itself. 

An experience that takes you back in time to those legendary “Hemingway” escapades in a part of Africa that will reconnect you with nature and replenish your senses. They offer flexible safaris currently between two Fly Camps in the heart of the lower Zambezi national park. The camps are simple with old style luxury camping, under the stars and around the campfire.

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Tusk & Mane - Kutali Camp
Location

Located in the remote, eastern part of the Lower Zambezi National Park, on the Kulefu Island separated from mainland by the Kulefu channels. Situated in a winter thorn Albidia Forest directly on the banks of the Zambezi River. About a one hour road transfer from Jeki Airstrip.

Information

5 tented rooms
This tent is fully mobile
Reinforced mosquito net material
Ensuite individual bathrooms with bucket shower, vanity table with sink and flushing toilets

 

Tent Situation View of Bathroom and Bedroom Bathroom View from Room Tent

Central river facing dining area
Central river facing lounge and bar offer 

Main Area Tent Sunrise in Camp Lunch on the Banks of the Zambezi Dining in the Main Tent

Game drives, walking afaris, combo game drives and walking safaris, canoeing, boat cruises, fishing

Sunset Canoe Safari Tea Stop Boat Cruises Walking Safari Water Lunch Elephants Game Drive

Children of 14 years and older are welcome
Children of all ages allowed when camp is booked on private basis, age restrictions apply on activitiesChildren of 14 years are permitted on canoe and walking safaris.
No Family Unit but tents are large enough to fit two single beds inside with parents

 

1 May - 30 November

Conservation Lower Zambezi member

Solar power with battery charging in main area
No Wi-Fi

 

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