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Although the staff were nice and polite we noticed that they were much quieter and more reserved than staff we had met at two other Sanctuary resorts in Botswana, but that might be a cultural difference rather than them doing anything wrong, they probably didn't...More
This was our last of four camps on our Safari. The accommodations were little round houses perched on stilts up in the trees on the bank of the Zambezi River. We could hear the hippos at night and see their tracks in the mud in...More
We had three nights here and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Firstly the accommodation, staff and food are first class. The tree house was well maintained and clean, the staff were all exceptionally friendly and the meals were gourmet standard. The setting on the Zambezi was...More
3/5 might be a little harsh, but we were not as impressed here as at our Sanctuary lodges in the SLNP - our guide didn't seem to try very hard (the morning fishing was particularly lacklustre) and they slipped up on a few other little...More
We came to Zambia after spending time three other Sanctuary camps in Botswana. Our sole Zambia option did not disappoint and lived up to the great reputation of Sanctuary camps. . Stayin in a treetop cabin with a balcony overlooking the Zambesi river and hearing...More
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Have not been up to Livingstone or Victoria Falls in February -January, February, March and April sees the most rain and also the temperatures are around 30 C and the humidity can be a little uncomfortable. I spent 3 nights... More
Have not been up to Livingstone or Victoria Falls in February -January, February, March and April sees the most rain and also the temperatures are around 30 C and the humidity can be a little uncomfortable. I spent 3 nights at the lodge, which was just perfect although I did not go to the Falls this time, and if you do I suggest that you walk across the bridge as well. The river cruises are most enjoyable, if you are a keen fisherman you could spend a lazy morning/evening hoping to make the big catch....if you are an adreniline junkie, there is always the bungie jumping. Naturally one has to allow a day of doing nothing, laying by the pool, reading and listening to the sounds of the bush.
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