Croc Valley Camp is a Bush Camp situated on the banks of the Luangwa River, 500 meters from the entrance of the South Luangwa National park. It offers affordable budget accommodation and camping facilities for both self-catering and full board visitors.
The Bar and Restaurant which can be utilized at any time of the day provide a stunning view of the river and its wildlife activities. Elephants, hippos, monkeys and antelopes pass through the camp on a regular basis and guarantee a memorable experience for the guests. The Camp offers Game Drives, escorted Walking Safaris and organizes trips to the local village and community projects.
The camp has a "hippo friendly" swimming pool which is perfect for sun bathing and cooling off and hammocks are scattered around the camp for lazing around and watching the world go by.
For those birding lovers, there is an abundance of birdlife with exceptional sightings of many of the migratory birds plus regular residents like Open Billed Storks, African Fish Eagles, beeaters and many more.
The Camp has is completely environmentally friendly and is thus built from local natural products on stilts providing a fantastic viewpoint from which to see the wildlife.
Throughout your stay, chefs can provide delicious meals and snacks from original recipes using fresh ingredients and for those that wish to self-cater or camp, full kitchen facilities are provided.
The campsite is well catered for campers and overland trucks with parking areas, summer huts, power points, hot showers and ablutions.
Resident professional guides are provided for safari which is tailored to your needs; whether you want to go in the especially adapted game-viewing vehicles or want to venture out on foot, or you want to go on night walk safaris or day drives, it is there for you to choose.
The Camp offers a friendly family welcome, comfortable rooms, laundry service, hot showers, flushing toilets, restaurant, bar and a hippo friendly swimming pool all on the banks of the Luangwa river.
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