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Kutali Camp, Zambia

Kutali Camp

A beautiful camp on the river to explore all the Lower Zambezi has to offer
Lower ZambeziZambia· 5 Rooms · £££

Tented camp with amazing food, people, activities, and wildlife

For those looking to explore Lower Zambezi National Park, Kutali offers an amazing opportunity for a rustic tented feel surrounded by all the action and your own stunning views across the river

On the banks of the Lower Zambezi, this traditional tented camp combines luxury living in a small exclusive place with the charm of small seasonal bush camp. Offering views over the river, this camp is a brilliant place to explore the wildlife of the park from the centre of the action while enjoying a tranquil, peaceful respite when back at home.

The lodge has just 5 tents, with a maximum of ten guests ensuring an exclusive feeling and it shows with the staff attentive to everything, and very much there to ensure that guests have as memorable a time as possible. The tents all have gorgeous views over the river with chairs outside to relax in the afternoons. The outdoor showers and bathrooms provide a classic African feeling, and combine flushing loos with bucket showers. The main mess area is situated under the Winterthorns and offers a beautiful spot to relax, grab a drink and eat meals while watching wildlife and the river flow by below. The food itself is absolutely fabulous and guests can enjoy delicious meals over the course of the stay, all served by the friendliest and most welcoming staff.

The Lower Zambezi has some of the best wildlife viewing in Zambia, and offers something special with the river flowing past. From amazing leopard viewings to large herds of elephant, buffalo and impala, it offers intimate moments with all. There are various ways to explore the wildlife and scenery with a great range of activities on offer, from traditional game drives and expertly guided bush walks to exploring the river by boat and canoe and trying ones hand at tiger fishing!

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January is a good time to visit Victoria Falls, but the rest of the country is very humid and wet leading to many camps shutting during January.



February remains wet, so its a good month to visit the thundering Victoria Falls, however only a few camps stay open for boating and walking. The rains have created lush vegetation, during this time of year it is alive with the sound of migratory birds in their breeding plumage, an excellent time for birders to visit Zambia.



If you want to witness Vic Falls at its fullest, March is the month to visit, with huge volumes of spray often obscuring the view. The birding is still magnificent in March, and camps offer fantastic value for money as there are no crowds.



In April the weather starts to dry, however rain remains a prominent feature of April. In the Lower Zambezi National Park, lush vegetation is at its thickest making animals more difficult to spot. April is seen to be the best time of year to witness the rarely seen Wild Dog in South Luangwa National Park.



May is a mixed month, the onset of the dry season means rains are unlikely, however access to certain camps is tricky due to sodden grounds. Game viewing in South Luangwa and Lower Zambezi begin to improve as the vegetation things and waterholes begin to dry up, forcing wildlife together.



June is a great time to visit Zambia, the ground starts to dry out and camps are offering excellent deals and there are few visitors to share safari vehicles so you may have some areas to yourself.



July is high season, temperatures rise and all the camps are officially open. If you want to see game then South Luangwa is the best option, whereas the Lower Zambezi is perfect for river cruises and fishing.

Victoria falls is at its best, without being overly wet and clouded with spray.



August's hot and dry weather kicks off what Zambia is famous for, walking safaris. It is the prime time to combine game viewing with Victoria Falls.



Temperatures sore in September reaching high 20's making the long days particularly pleasant. This month sees Carmine Bee Eaters arrive, flocks of hundreds nest in river banks providing a thrilling spectacle of colour and sound.



October sees temperatures sore again, game viewing is best done in the early mornings to avoid the hot midday sun.



November brings the start of the rainy season, but the good news is the sporadic showers are not too disruptive and visitors get to see dramatic skies and stormy skies brewing. Temperatures are high and it can be humid, but the mixed weather brings great value stays. Plus many young animals are being born, making it a fantastic time to see the parks come to life.



The rainy season is in full force in December, grasslands begin to lengthen, foliage thickens and game viewing becomes a little trickier. The rivers rise and dependant on water levels travellers can visit 'devils pool' at Vic Falls, providing high excitement and a head for heights needed if you want to get close to the drop off.


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