SHENTON SA­FARIS

Since 1992, Shenton Sa­faris has been cre­at­ing tailored and au­then­tic sa­fari ex­pe­ri­ences for guests from all over the globe.

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Two camps with ex­clu­sive star beds, sa­fari drives, and world-renowned spe­cialised hides. Shenton Sa­faris of­fers a wildlife ex­pe­ri­ence that al­lows their guests to get close in com­plete safety. Lo­cated deep within the South Luangwa Na­tional Park in Zam­bia, Shenton Sa­faris’ camps, Kaingo and Mwamba, are in one of the most ir­refutably un­touched and dense game lo­ca­tions in Africa. Shenton Sa­faris has reached the in­cred­i­ble achieve­ment of hav­ing three sea­sons in a row of 100% suc­cess rate for leop­ard sight­ings, with ten res­i­dent leop­ards, three prides of li­ons and two packs of wild dogs.

Shenton Sa­faris has reached the in­cred­i­ble achieve­ment of hav­ing three sea­sons in a row of 100% suc­cess rate for leop­ard sight­ings

Th­ese camps and hides are cre­ated by the Shenton Fam­ily, a fam­ily of wildlife con­ser­va­tion­ists span­ning three gen­er­a­tions. Derek and Juliet Shenton en­sure their fun­da­men­tal val­ues are lived ev­ery day in their camps, through the ex­pe­ri­ence, peo­ple and lo­ca­tion. The stun­ning di­ver­sity of wildlife to be seen, matched with the ex­clu­siv­ity of ac­tiv­i­ties, with a max­i­mum of four guests on each game view­ing ve­hi­cle. Added to the ex­pert guid­ing team trained un­der Derek, all play a role in en­sur­ing Shenton Sa­faris’ guests have their ul­ti­mate wildlife ex­pe­ri­ence. Shenton Sa­faris fo­cuses on get­ting up close and re­con­nect­ing with the earth, en­sur­ing that guests leave nour­ished and plan­ning their next visit.

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