Potato Bush Camp
The Lower Zambezi National Park, Zambia
Potato Bush is situated on the banks of the Zambezi River with stunning views over the river and escarpment. The camp's tents are spaced out along the river, with panoramic views within the heart of the national park.
The camp has four tents: three standard luxury tents and one family tent, all shaded by huge Acacia Tortilis and Mahogany trees. The standard tents are spacious and comfortably furnished, each with an en suite bathroom with claw-foot bath tub, twin showers and basins. Large Rosewood folding doors lead out onto the balcony, with a two-person hammock and private plunge pool. The family tent has a huge central living, dining and balcony area which divides the two bedrooms, both with en suite bathrooms, twin showers, twin basins and bath tubs with views. It also has a large plunge pool, fully stocked bar and fridge and private dining table, perfect for families, or any party of four adults.
There is a large open plan living and dining area and the camp is linked by raised timber boardwalks, enabling the camp to extend the safari season into early January. Potato Bush has two game viewing vehicles and two boats and offers guided day and night game-drives, boating, canoeing and catch and release fishing.
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