Sanctuary relaunches Bots and Zambia camps

    Santuary Stanley’s Camp has reopened, now featuring 10 new light, airy and luxurious canvas tents within a 260 000-acre private concession in Botswana’s Okavango Delta.

    Sanctuary Retreats says the accommodation has been crafted with sustainability in mind to evoke the days of the explorer, Henry Stanley.

    The classic-style tents have been significantly enlarged and feature five-star fixtures. Each tent has a deck with views of the floodplains, allowing game viewing from your bedroom. The in-room experience has also been enhanced with the addition of a compact gym, yoga bag, a well-stocked minibar and coffee station.

    In the central area – the new Explorer Lounge has been modelled on the orientation room at Sanctuary Chief’s Camp and guests can learn more about the Delta ahead of their explorations. There is also a new outdoor bar and a solar farm will generate 80% of the camp’s electricity.

    In other news, the group has also relaunched Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma in Zambia’s Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park. All 12 treehouses have been restyled, while new lounges and decking has been added to the communal spaces.


    Prices at Sanctuary Stanley’s Camp start from $550 per person per night. This price is based on two people sharing and is inclusive of all meals and drinks (excluding premium brands), scheduled game activities, transfers to and from Stanley’s Airstrip. Prices at Sanctuary Sussi & Chuma start from $650 per person per night. This price is based on two people sharing and is inclusive of all meals and drinks (excluding premium brands), scheduled game activities, transfers to and from Livingstone Airport. 

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