Sleep Out Under the African Sky
Updated: Mar 31
Nothing gets you closer to the unparalleled beauty of Africa than being lulled to sleep by the sounds of pristine wilderness while you listen to the natural calls of the bush and nocturnal animals.
This extraordinary experience is arguably one of the most unforgettable nights you ever experience on safari.
There is nothing quite like the African star lit sky.
So for a very adventurous night out why not book a stay in one of these star beds?
Three Rivers Camp Star Beds
The unique feature of this camp is that each tent has its own private sleep out ideally located to explore the vast valley. At no extra cost spend a night or two on the plush star beds, surrounded only by the sights and sounds of the African bush. Here you can stargaze and watch the animals that come past.
Liuwa Plains Time + Tide Sleep outs
Set up on the open plains with extensive views stretching to the horizon. With private access you will feel like the only people on Earth as you watch the last golden light fade across the land and a million stars twinkle to life in the skies overhead.
Chisa Busanga Camp (The Bird’s nest)
This intimate camp sits on a remote island in the heart of the Busanga Plains up in the tree canopy giving a bird’s eye view over the plains. Chisa is the local Nyanja word for “Bird’s Nest”. A fitting title for a camp drawing inspiration from the weaver nests found in the area into its remarkable architecture. Of course this is a bucket list experience.
Kaingu Basket Tree House
The unique Tonga Basket tree house offers a rather adventurous night out in the wilderness listening to the calls of nature and observing the most specular displays of stars. The basket is made from local woven Muchinga plants from one of the nearby islands.
Remote Safaris Sleep out
Set up on a remote bend of the Mwaleshi river in South Luangwa National park, this sleep out is an adventurous addition to your safari. Reconnect with nature in this pristine wilderness while enjoying a delicious dinner cooked over the flames of a raw wood fire. Share stories around the fire before retiring to your camper mattress with unobstructed views of the African night sky.