Sausage Tree Camp, located on the banks of the Zambezi River, has six luxurious white Bedouin style tents, discreetly positioned along the riverbank. Local materials are utilized to create a minimalist style in which the reddish brown teak furniture including, sumptuous four-poster beds, contrast crisply and cleanly with pure white fabrics and flowing white mosquito nets. Nearly hidden from one another, and shaded by mature Sausage and Mahogany trees, the tents are cool, private sanctuaries to return to after an early morning game drive and for a good nights rest.
Can you imagine, every night fine dining on the banks of the Zambezi, with the chorus of laughing hippopotami and croaking frogs? The camp has a huge white open-style dining and bar tent where this is a nightly occurrence. During the day enjoy the open dining room and stylish swimming pool.
The location of the camp within the National Park and on the banks of the Zambezi River means they are able to conduct half of the game viewing activities by boat and canoes. The other half is land based and conducted by four-wheel drive game viewing vehicles on day and night drives, and bush walks on foot with licensed guides.