Flatdogs Camp, owner run by Jess and Adey Coley, is located amongst large mature trees on the banks of the Luangwa River on the eastern edge of the wonderful South Luangwa National Park. The camp looks out over a bend in the river and a natural lagoon system.
Flatdogs offers a variety of accommodation including traditional walk-in safari tents, family chalets, and the spectacular Jackal-Berry Tree House. The six safari tents have normal full size beds, and adjoining open air bathrooms with showers and flush loos. There are four chalets, accommodating from six to eight guests each, with spacious rooms, adjoining bathrooms, private verandahs, and great views of the river. Each Chalet also has a small kitchen. The Jackal-Berry Tree House is built around three African Ebony trees with open-plan bedrooms built on three main decks around six feet off the ground, giving unspoilt views out across the lagoon system. Each bedroom has an open air adjoining bathroom with a hot shower, flush loo and a basin. A comfortable lounge on the middle deck is a great spot for watching the wildlife wandering past the house. The camp has a central restaurant and pub, and a large swimming pool.
The activities offered by Flatdogs Camp include day and night game drives in open safari vehicles, and walking safaris accompanied by a fully qualified guide, all within the National Park. A visit to Kawaza Village can be arranged, where you have the opportunity to spend time in a genuine Zambian rural village and to get involved with local people and village life.