STAY HERE LIV­ING­STONE

You’ll prob­a­bly want to stay close to the Zam­bezi River, but we’ve also in­cluded a place in town if you’re in a hurry and on your way to Lusaka. If you en­ter Zambia from Namibia and use the Ka­tima Mulilo-Sesheke bor­der post, we’ve also got you cov­ered.

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GPS: S17.88649 E25.84309 Con­tact: 00 260 213 320 606;

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Camp Nk­wazi

This fairly new camp is on the Zam­bezi River about 25 km west of Liv­ing­stone. The camp­site has 13 stands of var­i­ous sizes (2 – 8 ve­hi­cles) with power, braai fa­cil­i­ties and hot wa­ter show­ers.

Camp­ing US$25 (R351) per adult; US$20 (R281) per child aged 4 – 12. Self- cater­ing can­vas “chalet” US$125 (R1 756) per per­son shar­ing. River House US$660 (R9 274) per night for up to six peo­ple. Op­tions with meals in­cluded also avail­able. Dis­counts for chil­dren. River cruise US$35 (R492) per per­son. GPS: S17.83046 E25.64547 Con­tact: 00 260 97 304 8830 (Kevin); campnkwazi.com

Jun­gle Junc­tion

This no-frills river camp has been in busi­ness since 1993. It’s on Bovu Is­land in the Zam­bezi, about 50 km west of Liv­ing­stone. Camp­ing US$10 (R141) per per­son.

There are also four chalets with views of the river and four smaller fish­er­man’s huts. The chalets sleep two adults, but mat­tresses can be ar­ranged for young kids: US$35 (R492) per per­son. Fish­er­man’s hut US$25 (R351) per per­son. There’s no power and you have to bring your own tow­els. Meals avail­able, from US$7 (R98) per per­son. Hire a mokoro and go fish­ing: US$10 (R140) per day. GPS: S17.86006 E25.52142 Con­tact: 00 260 978 725 282 (Brett; send an SMS be­cause cell­phone re­cep­tion is patchy);

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