The Baines River Camp is situated in South Luangwa National Park in the Lower Zambezi Valley in Zambia’s Southern Province. The camp is named after naturalist and explorer Thomas Baines, and reminiscent of early colonial explorer days. The area is rich in wildlife, and just across the river is Zimbabwe’s famous Mana Pools, which is also a world heritage site.
This is one of the few lodges that offers Safari Workshops where guests can engage about topics such as photography, fly fishing and bird watching.[include mod=bullet-points]
There are 8 Explorer Suites with either King or Twin beds, each with a view of the Zambezi River, accessed from a comfortably furnished veranda. Decorated in the sumptuousness of colonial Africa with rich, classical fabrics, kelims, and natural timbers, leather – you will feel that you have arrived. All suites are air-conditioned, come with down pillows and duvets, cotton percale linen, a complimentary mini-bar with coffee and tea making facilities, a personal safe and a hairdryer. All bathrooms are en-suite and include a rain-dance shower and spacious dressing area. Two of the suites feature an additional outdoor shower.
- Swimming Pool
- Beauty/ Wellness therapist
- Dining area
- Outdoor Boma
Game drives, river cruises, canoe safaris, walking safaris, and fishing keep guests busy. Photography workshops, bird watching excursions, and fly-fishing lessons are also available for those who wish to add some learning to their holiday.