New Camp Opens in Zambia


Cool news from Zambia today: Robin Pope Safaris has opened Tena Tena, a new tented bush camp half-a-mile from the original Tena Tena on the Luangwa River in Zambia’s South Luangwa Valley.  

The five tents of the Tena Tena bush camp have views of the river and the wildlife that frequents it. A large marquee hanging from the trees covers the camp’s main area, where loungers are available for guests to relax. Below, at river’s edge, guests can take sundowners and meals.

RPS is offering a Grand Opening Deal that includes all meals, game drives and activities, transfers to and from Mfuwe, all local drinks and laundry.

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