Whether it’s a honeymoon, an anniversary or a much needed getaway with your loved one, Time + Tide gives you the space and time to reconnect with yourselves and each other whilst experiencing all the road less travelled has to offer.
Take time to do the things you love, with those you love, on safari with Time + Tide. Find inspiration for your perfect date below…
Touch the earth and immerse yourself in this wild, authentic safari moment. Feel like the only people on Earth as you gaze up at millions of twinkling stars and listen to lions calling in the night. Let the crackle of the warm fire and the laughs around it, reignite your soul.
Enjoy a private dinner date in your restaurant of choice. Dine under the stars of the South Luangwa on the deck of your luxury safari tent, out in the never-ending plains of Liuwa or under a gigantic baobab in the Lower Zambezi – the choice is yours. Taste the adventure as you enjoy the diverse and delicious wild ingredients of Zambia.
Schedule in a self-care date and sink into serenity with a spa treatment that seamlessly blends African botanicals with an exotic fusion of eastern and western techniques. There’s no need to move a muscle, our therapists will come to your luxury safari tent, where you will be pampered in privacy amidst the healing powers of nature.
Venture out into the bush and settle upon a romantic spot overlooking the river as the African sun sets. Sip on sundowners as streaks and hues of pink, orange, purple and blue paint the Zambian sky.
Experience a night at the movies with an outdoor cinema experience like no other. Learn about your surroundings as you follow the journeys of wild bush adventures and discover more about the history and culture of Zambia and her people.
Time + Tide offers an intimate safari experience with our open-front luxury safari tents being few and far apart. Enjoy afternoon dips in your private pool at Time + Tide Chinzombo and siesta while you game view from your open-front safari tent at Time + Tide King Lewanika. Get close to the earth in our seasonal camps in the South Luangwa, nestled deep in the heart of the National Park or enjoy morning coffee overlooking the Chongwe River from Time + Tide Cassia, our Lower Zambezi honeymoon suite. Indulge in the luxury of privacy, time and space.
Embark on adventures together with the immense variety of activities that Time + Tide Safaris has to offer. From game drives to boating cruises and canoe safaris to walking in the wild and fishing in the Lower Zambezi – take time to do the things you love, together. Come, let us show you…
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Zambia is Africa's best kept secret, with its vast landscapes, diverse wildlife and welcoming culture. Trace the steps of early conservationists while experiencing walking safaris in the South Luangwa. Come face to face with giants as you glide quietly in a canoe along the reeds in the Lower Zambezi. Feel the rumble of a distant thunderstorm on Liuwa Plain’s horizon as you marvel at the sight of gathering wildebeest amongst a flush of colourful wildflowers.
Just a one hour flight from Lusaka, the South Luangwa is known for its big cat sightings and often referred to as the Valley of the Leopard. It is in the South Luangwa that the legendary Norman Carr pioneered the walking safari and conservation-based tourism in Africa. Zambia's outstanding reputation of guiding is ever prevalent in our team with some of our guides having trained with Norman himself. Our guides offer guests a raw, authentic safari experience and don't let the finer details in these vast spaces pass you by.
Time + Tide is the only permanent lodge in the Liuwa Plain. Its vast wilderness of over 3600 km2 has been protected for over 100 years, yet it is one of Africa's best kept secrets. As the African rains arrive in the north, the plains turn to a watery wonderland bringing with it a movement of wildebeest as they journey south to calve near the lodge. Liuwa Plain is known for its apex predators of lion prides and large hyena clans as well as endangered and rare bird species that thrive in this region. It is a land unchanged by time.
Nestled between the imposing mountain escarpment to the north and the mighty Zambezi River to the south, the Lower Zambezi Valley has a variety of activities that few, if any, other destinations can offer. It has been described by guests as their "happy place" because of its beautiful scenery, peaceful riverside woodlands and abundant wildlife. The Lower Zambezi is just a short 30 minute flight from Lusaka and offers guests the thrill of tiger-fishing to peaceful wildlife sightings on the banks of the river while canoeing or boating. Our guides strive to make each guest feel like they are part of the landscape and not a mere spectator.