REMOTE AFRICA SAFARIS
REMOTE BY NAME, REMOTE BY NATURE
Staying true to the spirit of original safaris when wild animals and wilderness were paramount to the experience.
John and Carol Coppinger, owners of Remote Africa Safaris, have lived and worked in the Luangwa Valley for over 30 years. Tafika is about family. This is their home where both their daughters, Christine and Jenny, were born and raised. Together with co-owner, Bryan Jackson, they run and manage the camps. Remote Africa is one of the safari pioneers of Zambia and today, these camps are leading eco-tourism models that contribute significantly to the local Mkasanga village and school via their Tafika Fund.
THE BUSHCAMP COMPANY
ON FOOT, FEEL, HEAR & SMELL AFRICA
Six remote camps, all unique in their design and location, combine with Mfuwe Lodge to create some of the wildest luxury accommodation in the South Luangwa National Park.
Andy Hogg, a committed conservationist, founded The Bushcamp Company in 1998 after working with Save the Rhino Trust in South Luangwa. He has been involved with a variety of conservation and community projects established in the Luangwa Valley. Both the wildlife and the people of the area have benefitted greatly from his initiative, the Luangwa Conservation and Community Fund, and through the company’s charity, Charity Begins at Home, which supports many educational and health projects.
CHIAWA CAMP & OLD MONDORO
SHARING PREMIER CAMPS WITH ELEPHANTS
Safaris guided by a team of experts who have consistently been voted among the best in Africa.
In 1989, the Cumings family founded Chiawa Camp and pioneered eco-tourism in the Lower Zambezi National Park. Since then, Chiawa Camp and Old Mondoro have been run by Grant Cumings who has vast experience in guiding, conservation and the safari industry. He is a founding member and trustee of Conservation Lower Zambezi (CLZ), a volunteer non-profit organisation committed to protecting the wildlife and habitat of the Lower Zambezi National Park and Chiawa Game Management Area.