We are an owner run lodge that is specialized in photographic safaris and offer our guests all the comforts, while being situated in untouched wilderness.
Track & Trail River Camp is located in the Luangwa Valley, within the Lupande game management area and only a five minutes drive from the main entrance of the South Luangwa National Park. The camp offers a unique natural experience. Facilities and accommodation are scattered along the river frontage, surrounded by bushes are two more secluded chalets, build on elevated platforms.
Track & Trail River Camp’s down to earth feel is reflected in its relaxing atmosphere and its naturally-designed architecture. Local traditions of hospitality are combined with modern comforts such as an elevated swimming pool with unrevealed river view, open air gym, spa, restaurant offering international dishes and a ‘Lime tree’ bar.
Views across the Luangwa river, surrounded by the sounds of the bush. We offer 9 chalets, select from our river front chalets or our more secluded elevated chalets designed with both traditional style and comfort in mind.
Each of our 4 double storey chalets have a private balcony with stunning river views. The chalets feature high ceilings, have an en-suite bathroom and can sleep 3-4 people.
Our 3 ground floor chalets at river front have a private veranda, a spacious sitting & sleeping area and en-suite bathroom. The chalets are decorated with, natural materials to blend in with the surroundings. Our 2 elevated chalets are more secluded and are ideal for a romantic getaway.
All our accommodation is provided with electricity, a fan for some airy refreshment and coffee & tea making facilities.
Bar & Restaurant
Our Lime Tree Lounge and outside dining area with traditional thatched roof are at river frontage. Here dining options are designed to make your stay diverse, exciting and slightly adventurous. And….if you want to challenge your own cooking abilities, simply ask for your own table bbq and choose & prepare your food just the way you like it.
Our bar is overlooking the South Luangwa National Park, a great location for our guests to swap holiday adventure stories or join us around the campfire.
Elevated swimming pool
Our centrally located elevated swimming pool lets you take a refreshing plunge without missing out on the view. Enjoy a long, lazy afternoon, lounging at the pool.
Open air gym
Our gym is equipped with all the necessary cardio and fitness equipment for a great body work out.
Photographic workshop (private safaris) in South Luangwa National Park
Join Peter Geraerdts, professional wildlife photographer and safari guide on a photographic workshop to improve your wildlife photography skills.
Peter will be personally guiding all the safaris. Photographers of all levels are welcome, from absolute beginners to seasoned professionals.
Most time will be spent outdoors (our classroom) exploring the incredible South Luangwa National Park with opportunities to reviewing and discussing images once back in camp.
Individual or small group travellers are both welcome to book a private safari. This personal approach results in the best possible opportunity of improving your wildlife photography skills and spend as much time as possible at your favourite subject.
On safari you will make use of a customized and fully- equipped photographic safari vehicle. A maximum of six people are accommodated on the game drive vehicle, to ensure all participants have ‘window’ seats. The game viewer is completely open, allowing you to have 360-degree view for capturing images.
The workshop aims to bring together like-minded people who enjoy both nature and photography. Bringing a partner or close friend along will add shared value to your journey as you explore one of Africa’s most exciting and fragile environments: South Luangwa. This park has one of the largest concentrations of wildlife and birdlife to be found anywhere in the world. Dramatically changing seasons add to the richness and diversity of the park and the picturesque landscapes range from dry bare bush veld in the winter to a green wonderland in the summer months.