With enough to keep even the most energetic teenager occupied the Chikoko Trails Camps are ideal for families. Situated in the South Luangwa National Park, along the west bank of the Luangwa, the Chikoko Trails Camps are comprised of two private camps: Chikoko Tree Camp and Crocodile River Camp.
Walk from camp to camp in the remote Eastern Zambia following the animal footpaths. Discover the inner workings of the African bush as the expert Remote African Safaris' guides share their experience and wilderness knowledge.
The route follows the well-worn elephant and hippo trails, not to mention the original footsteps of David Livingstone, through the Luangwa Valley.
Here guests - accompanied by an experienced guide, an armed National Park scout and a tea bearer - tread through the African bush alongside the wildlife. It is an experience that is liberating and unforgettable.
The two Chikoko Trails Camps are seasonally operated. They open annually from the 25th of May to the 31st of October.
All luggage and supplies are portered into the camps. Safari walks typically last three to fours hours and this includes a welcome mid-morning tea break. Terrain covered is fairly flat but occasionally uneven.
To make the most of the Remote Africa Safaris walking safari adventure it is suggested that guests spend two to three nights at each of the Chikoko Trails Camps - Chikoko Tree Camp and Crocodile River Camp.
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