Zambezi National Park in Style at Sausage Tree Camp, Zambia
Snuggled into the camp’s eight Bedouin-style tents with decks overlooking the Zambezi River, guests fall asleep to the snorts of hippos. Each group gets its own guide and can choose to go on a game drive or a walking safari in search of elephants, hyenas, lions, and leopards. But what Sausage Tree does best is canoe excursions, which float past “Hippo Alley” along the Chifungulu Channel. The Zambezi is also home to some of the best freshwater sportfishing in the world: Plan to be on the water casting for tiger fish at sunset, with a G&T at hand.
From $675, all-inclusive.
This appeared in the August/September 2015 issue.