Potato Bush Camp

Lower Zambezi

A beautiful and intimate camp that boasts a fantastic location in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National Park (right next to its sister camp – Sausage Tree Camp). The small camp is perfect for guests who prefer a personal experience and love VIP treatment. Guest experience is of high importance and each guest has their own butler and private guide through out their stay.

 

 

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Potato Bush Camp
Location

Located in the heart of the Lower Zambezi National park, overlooking an expanse of channels. It is a one-hour drive from Jeki Airstrip which is accessible via 30 minute flight from Lusaka. The airstrip transfer can be done as a combined road and boat activity.

Information

3 Luxury Safari Tents, and 1 Luxury Family Unit

Room features include:
Fan
Personal Safe 
Private deck with plunge pool
Large veranda with a Hammock – giving guests a scenic view of the river.
The rooms are interjoined by a wooden walkway from the main area. This makes for ease of mobility for families travelling with young children or elderly people needing walking aides (wheelchair)

 

Accommodation Tent Exterior Bathroom Tent Interior Tent Exterior Plunge Pool

Large open dining area
Bar/Dining options – option for communal dining, private dining in the room, bush dinners and water lunch
Spa  – Massages at your own convenience, no extra charge

 

Main Area Walkways Dining Lounge Area

All inclusive activities, all with a private guide – game drives, fishing and boat cruises.

Canoeing and walking safaris also included but age restricted (min 14year)

Fly Fishing Game Drive Canoeing Walking Safari

Children aged 4 years and older are accepted

There is one Family Tent at Potato Bush

“Kiddie” activities such as baking lessons with the chefs can be arranged if the parents choose to go activties by themselves. 

 

1st April - 30th November

Both camps support the local Mugurameno School andhave supplied them with Tablets, which contain the Zambian school curriculum. These are solar charged by the teachers, as the village has no electricity.

They financially support the efforts of Conservation Lower Zambezi and Jason Mott has sat on the board for several years. They also support (raise funds) and enter in the Elephant Charge every year. This is an extreme 4X4 off-road challenge which raises money for conservation projects throughout Zambia. 

In the wake of the Covid19 pandemic, they donated 20 ‘foot propelled’ hand washing stations to the Surrounding communities.

Power Source – 100% solar generated with a generator backup

Wi-Fi - main area and in the rooms

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