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Time + Tide Safaris unveil a stylish transformation to its seasonal camps in Zambia

Posted by Melissa Cullen on 4 August 2022

Time + Tide Safaris This month, Time + Tide Safaris unveils a spectacular new look to three of its seasonal camps – Time + Tide Kakuli, Time + Tide Mchenja and Time + Tide Luwi – inviting travellers to connect with the natural world and experience the beauty of Zambia’s prime South Luangwa National Park.
In keeping with all of Time + Tide’s properties, each newly-redesigned camp has been inspired by its diverse tapestry of habitats, from the ancient ebony forests and the open pans of the South Luangwa, to the intimate river lagoon frequented by wildlife and the lofty perch along the Luangwa River’s sweeping curve.

Mirroring their unique locations and individual stories, each camp’s design has developed its own distinctive personality.  From Kakuli’s modern masculinity and storied history, to Mchenja’s elegant romance, to the all-new vintage-style tent safari setup of Luwi – each has their own look, yet all share the same ethos and are underpinned by the same warm and generous Zambian hospitality.

Hippo drinking Providing the perfect safari circuit, guests can choose to customise their itinerary with one or two camps, or even combine them all into the ultimate adventure. Stretching out over 9,000 square kilometres and only an hour’s flight away from Lusaka, the South Luangwa National Park is known as the home of the walking safari, a legacy from conservationist, Norman Carr, where for generations their Zambian guides have walked guests between each seasonal camp, encouraging them to pause, slow down and ‘touch the earth’. With endless opportunities to soak up the surrounds, guests can experience more than a dozen activities; from immersive boating safaris, to tracking big cat tracks in the sand, to fireside dining in the wild and the signature sleep-out – an adventurous addition to any safari, where guests will fall asleep under a canopy of a million twinkling stars whilst listening to the susurrations of the night-time bush.

To find out more, visit www.timeandtideafrica.com

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