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We only spent 2 nights at Chindeni, but it'll always be a special place for me. However, in order to enjoy it you need to put yourself in a bit of a different mindset. If you're expecting luxury by its typical definition, you won't really...More
We stayed at Chindeni for two nights and left with just one wish: to return soon! The location in South Luangwa National Park is great for both walking and driving safaris and the chalets offer the most luxurious way to enjoy life in the bush,...More
Chindeni was the second Bush camp that we stayed at on our adventure and we were not disappointed. The tents are absolutely beautiful. Susan and her staff are wonderful. Dining out on the patio while watching the elephants cross the river was incredible. The food...More
My husband and I had the opportunity to stay at Chindeni for two nights during a tour of 4 bush camps, and we wished we could have stayed much longer. The accommodations at Chineni are truly breathtaking, from the luxuriously decorated platform tents to the...More
The camp lets you decide what you want to do as far as game drives or waking safari's. You can make this decision the day of your stay. I, too, would encourage a walking safari but it can be over 2 hours of walking uneven... More
The camp lets you decide what you want to do as far as game drives or waking safari's. You can make this decision the day of your stay. I, too, would encourage a walking safari but it can be over 2 hours of walking uneven terrain. Game viewing in early to mid June was very good, just never saw a lion, but did see everything else. I think viewing might get better in later June as the water supply dries up for game. You will be pleased whenever you go.
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"the tent furthest from the staff area is the quietest."