Chiawa Camp & Old Mondoro

From $500

Country Zambia

Province National Parks

Area Lower Zambezi

Quick Facts

  • Big 5 Reserve: No
  • Cell Phone Signal: No
  • Child Friendly: Yes
  • Child Friendly (Minimum age 7): No
  • Child Friendly (Minimum age 8): No
  • Malaria Area: No
  • Spa: No
  • Swimming pool: Yes
  • Test: No
  • Waterhole: No
  • Wheelchair friendly: Yes
  • Wi-Fi: No


Pioneered tourism into the Lower Zambezi NP these family owned and operated safari camps have become world-renowned as some of Africa’s finest, not only for outstanding hospitality but for its superb guiding team and its commitment to conservation

Chiawa Camp & Old Mondoro are contrasting yet complementary safari camps – Chiawa Camp being the more sophisticated and luxurious in the western sector of the park with its large lion pride, and Old Mondoro further east being smaller, more rustic and intimate, and offering superb leopard sightings. Visit both if you can, significant discounts apply if you do, to give you the Best of Both Worlds and the Lower Zambezi’s finest, most comprehensive safari experience.

About the company

The Cumings Family, 4th generation Africans, founded Chiawa Camp in 1989 and in so doing pioneered tourism to the Lower Zambezi National Park. Chiawa Camp has since become one of Africa’s flagship destinations and leads the way in conservation activity too. Old Mondoro followed more than a decade later and together with Chiawa Camp has become a “bucket list” safari.


  • ATTA ( Africa Travel and Tourism Association )

More information

  • Selected beverages
  • Laundry Services
  • All Meals
  • Activities
  • Accommodation
  • Gate Entry Fees
  • Conservation Levy
  • Transfers
  • Child Friendly
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Plunge Pool
  • Swimming pool
  • Viewing/Photo Hides
  • Wheelchair friendly
  • Wi-Fi
  • Photography
  • Walking Safari (on request)
  • Village Trips
  • Night Drives
  • Game Drives
  • Fishing
  • Canoeing
  • Boat Trips
  • Birdwatching


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