The camp is seasonal and is open from June to October, in an area known for huge buffalo herds. Buffalo Camp is small and intimate and consists of six chalets all en-suite overlooking the Mwaleshi River and surrounded by open plains, rolling hills and riverine forests. It is a place of calm and tranquillity and activities include game drives, walking safaris, nature walks to the Mwaleshi Falls and swimming in the river. A safari destination where you can experience total isolation and privacy.
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The camp has six natural en-suite chalets that are fully equipped with double beds, crisp linen, mosquito nets, stylish shower rooms open to the stars, and a private deck. The front of the chalets are open, putting guests at one with nature. The camp focuses on delivering an unforgettable safari experience.
Set in the North Luangwa National Park, Buffalo Camp is noted for its massive herds of buffalo and large prides of lion that inhabit the territory. Other common mammals are hyena, Cookson's wildebeest, bushbuck, zebra, warthog, baboon, vervet monkey, puku and impala.
A wide variety of birds that are spotted in the South have been seen at the camp. Sighted regularly are the Crowned Cranes, Purple Crested Loeries, Broad Billed Roller, Lilian's Lovebird, the Carmine Bee-Eater, Giant Eagle Owl and Pel's Fishing Owl. Occasionally seen are the bathawk, black coucal and osprey.
Buffalo Camp · Safari camp