Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp
Sanctuary Puku Ridge Camp is small and remote, unobtrusively built close to the wild.
Spacious walk-in canvas safari tents boast big, lovely teak verandas, and lavish bathrooms with sunken baths and outdoor showers offering wraparound views of the floodplains below.
All meals are table d’hôte, with a wide selection of superb dishes, and are served outdoors whenever possible — often around a campfire in the evening. Adventures include game drives in open 4×4 safari vehicles, birdwatching and guided walks.
Why &Beyond Recommends This Property
- Spend the afternoon on the front deck, which overlooks the floodplain, and watch as game come up to feed and drink at the waterhole.
- Enjoy a special “Sundowner Afternoon” with a full bar and mouth-watering canapés on a nearby hill, overlooking the Luangwa River.
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