by Leo Jakobson | August 08, 2018
African safaris are on many people's bucket list, and for good reason: seeing the lions, rhinos, elephants and other great animals ranging from hippos to giraffes in the wild is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

Zambia's Time + Tide Kakuli safari lodge, a year-round camp in the untouristed country, has recently undergone a major redesign that has seen its thatch suites and four tented suites redesigned, as well as the expansion and renovation of the main camp (or chitenge) including the lounge, dining area, deck, bar and campfire. In total it can accommodate 15, or 30 in combination with the nearby Time + Tide Mchenja.

The main suites are thatch on three sides with one wall of retractable canvas for great views, and like all the accommodations are comfortable in all seasons. Both indoor and outdoor showers are now available, and natural materials are used throughout the overall redesign by Time + Tide Africa.

Another new feature Is a wildlife hide under the main deck, overlooking the watering hole, complete with a covered walkway to the main chitenge so guests can also imbibe without disturbing the wildlife.