Every game drive and walking safari will take you through vast areas of untouched nature. The animals include lions, cheetah, wildebeest, roan, buffalo, lechwe, puku and the shy sitatunga, while cranes, secretary birds and ground hornbills stalk the grasslands.
A trip to the Busanga Plains brings a sense of adventure and the desire to explore the unknown. The Busanga Plains Camp provides four big well-furnished safari tents with two twin and two double en-suite open air bathrooms overlooking the Busanga Plains.
Restaurant and bar
Busanga Plains Camp provide a restaurant and bar with an expansive thatch roof allowing for beautiful sunrises to be seen in the morning. Power is limited but solar lights and paraffin lamps are provided in tents. Allowing for beautiful sunrises to be seen in the morning Mukambi is famous for its excellent cuisine, friendly staff and highly experienced rangers.
Busanga Plains Camp provides tourists with great opportunities to explore Zambia's untouched nature and wildlife. The safaris' breathtaking nature, combined with excellent food and friendly experienced staffs allow tourists to have unforgettable memories. The exciting safaris will make your stay in Kafue. This exclusive safari packages takes place in Kafue, Zambia's largest National park.
Busanga Plains Camp provides great views of game viewing in one of the biggest game sanctuaries in Africa, in the abundant game of the untouched atmosphere that prevails in Kafue Park. The commonly seen animals are red lechwe, roan antelope, leopard, cheetah, puku, African wild dog, impala, duiker, sitatunga, lechwe, sable, hippo, buffalo, crocodiles, lion, elephant and hartebeest and a wide range of other animals. The Kafue National Park has over 500 recorded bird species with common species that include Black-cheeked Lovebird, Pel's Fishing Owl, Bohm's Bee-eaters, Sunbirds, Helmetshrikes, Paradise Fly-catchers, pelican, egrets, Kingfisher, Arnot's Chat's, Wattled Crane, African Fin-foot, Crowned Crane and Chaplin's Barbet.
Busanga Plains Camp provides game drives two times in day, one leaves at dawn and the other in the late afternoon 2 hours before sunset. The vehicles are positioned in the park, which is a short boat trip across the Kafue River so game.
Busanga Plains Camp provides walking safaris which begin an hour after dawn. The walks take place in the Kafue National Park.
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