After I stayed at Sausage Tree Camp in Zambia, we canoed down the Zambezi River to Anabezi tented camp. This luxury safari lodge is a sister property to Sausage Tree Camp and if you read this blog post and this piece on things to do at Anabezi, you’ll have seen it’s just as beautiful as its sibling.
One of the stars of the show during our stay at Anabezi tented camp was a rather friendly elephant ‘Biscuit Billy’. I say ‘friendly’ – and we’re still talking about wild animals here so guests have to be careful not to get too close – but he would roam around the camp and seemed genuinely inquisitive about the people there, especially the staff, who had grown really fond of him.
Anyway, I digress. Anabezi is an incredible place and when I wrote this piece for the Mail Online, Biscuit Billy became a part of the attention-grabbing headline. And rightly so, because it is just so incredible when you see the high number of elephants that thrive here.
Inside Zambia’s Anabezi Tented Camp
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