Chikoko Camps

2 Exquisite camps in a walking paradise
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Tafika Camp

Exceptional game viewing and exciting activities
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Mwaleshi Camp

Experience the freedom of Africa's wilderness
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Day & Night Drives

A family safari is not complete without the always-exciting game drives. At Remote Africa Safaris exciting game drives, from Tafika, take place in the morning and late afternoon. The late afternoon drive often extends into the evening, after a sundowner stop, allowing for fantastic viewing of the Luangwa's nocturnal residents.

Private Guided Tours

A private vehicle and guide are an excellent idea if you're a serious photographer, a keen birder, a family with young children or a guest who'd prefer a little extra privacy.

Walking Safaris

Walking Safaris are the perfect activity for families with teenagers (or older family members).

The Chikoko Trails Camps offer Remote Africa Safaris' guests the walking safari experience.

Microlight Flights

Sometimes a different view is required to put things in perspective. Guests looking for this perspective should experience the most exhilarating activity on offer at Tafika Camp - microlight flights piloted by the Remote Africa Safaris' owner, John Coppinger.

Mountain Bike Safaris

Sitting in a game-viewing vehicle or walking delicately through the African bush may not provide the level of activity craved by more energetic guests. For these guests Remote Africa Safaris offers mountain bike safaris - from Tafika Camp - accompanied by an experienced guide who in most cases is the owner, John Coppinger.

Cultural Visits

Africa is a continent rich with people and their respective cultures.

At Remote Africa Safaris the local village, Mkasanga, kindly invites guests to visit and gives them the opportunity to learn about the lives of the people from the Luangwa Valley.

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