Lavish in lush green
Wake up to a chirping flock of Lilian’s lovebirds stopping by for a morning drink. Pause mid-brunch to welcome a giraffe feeding on nearby trees. Watch a herd of elephants lumber down to the river from the privacy of your outdoor shower.
The elevated main lounge overlooks the river and a permanent lagoon. Beneath it, a wildlife hide offers up-close views of visitors stopping by for a drink. Take a deep breath and admire the sweeping vista with a refreshing drink of your own before sampling traditional Zambian dishes at dinner.
Time + Tide Kakuli is situated on the confluence of the Luwi and Luangwa rivers in the South Luangwa National Park. The concentration of game in the world-renowned Luangwa Valley is among the densest in Africa. This section of the park has over 60 different animal species, so a combination of walking safaris and game drives is the ideal way to see a variety of wildlife. Another worthwhile activity is bird watching from the camp’s hide: the area has over 400 bird species.