Remote Africa Safaris
Remote Africa Safaris was established in 1995 and remains one of the few owner-run safaris companies in Zambia.
Remote Africa Safaris operates camps in the South and North Luangwa National Parks. Tafika Camp and the intimate walking operation: Chikoko Trails, which comprises Chikoko Tree Camp and Big Lagoon Camp (previously known as Crocodile River Camp) are in the South Park. In the secluded and magical North Luangwa, Mwaleshi Camp hugs a scenic bend on the Mwaleshi River and Takwela Camp, newly built in 2019 at the stunning Mwaleshi and Luangwa confluence. Remote Africa signed a management agreement with African Parks to take over management of Shoebill Island Camp in the Bangweulu Wetlands from 2021 which adds a new and beautiful Zambian destination to the Remote Africa Safaris portfolio.
With its own Cessna 210 aircraft, convenient flight transfers are offered between North and South Luangwa, Lower Zambezi, Bangweulu Wetlands, and areas further afield. Remote Africa Safaris prides itself on having a long-standing team, which contributes to the cohesive and friendly atmosphere in all camps.
All camps are situated in remote locations and prime wilderness areas which allow for an exclusive safari and fantastic game viewing experiences. They are locally handcrafted from natural materials allowing for a rustic, yet luxurious, bush experience. Remote Africa Safaris prides itself on its warm, accommodating staff members, experienced and knowledgeable guides, excellent food, and small personalised camps.
Remote Africa Safaris is conscientious about its surrounding wildlife and the local community. Remote Africa Safaris is actively involved, through their own initiative, The Tafika Fund, in sustainably uplifting the surrounding community. Every Remote Africa Safaris bed night contributes to this initiative as well as the conservation projects in the South and North Luangwa.