Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp, South Luangwa

Puku crossing The Luangwa River


Sanctuary Puku Ridge is an intimate and traditional camp with seven safari tents. Named after the Puku antelope that grazes on the floodplains below, the camp is perched on an escarpment in a remote part of the South Luangwa National Park.

Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp offers guests an authentic tented safari experience in South Luangwa, one of Zambia's best areas for game viewing and bird spotting. The region is home to 60 mammals - including elephant, lion, wild dog, buffalo, hippo and, of course, antelope - and over 400 bird species.

Guests can spend an afternoon relaxing in the camp's large living area in between thrilling game drives or walking safaris. You might even hear the Puku antelope whistling to one other when danger threatens. The central dining area produces gourmet meals, despite being so far away from a city, let alone a road. The camp is designed to leave no trace on the environment and has embraced a very natural kind of African chic in its decor.

The seven tents are spacious and comfortable, each with a soothing hot tub and an outdoor shower shaded by trees and stocked with luscious and environmentally friendly Africology products. Watch the sun rise from your double bed, or spot animals making their way across the plains to a waterhole from your private viewing deck.

Book Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp with ZAMAG Tours and Safaris as part of a customised tour in Zambia.

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