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At Mawimbi Bush Camp, canoeing through an amazing variety of habitats and breathtaking scenery is the main adventure offered. It is sometimes fast and exciting through near-rapid rushing waters and sometimes lazy and leisurely on the meandering river. You can also fish using the lure or the fly.
Safaris at Mawimbi are scening, wild and peaceful. Wilderness game walks and drives in the Kafue National Park are organised every morning and afternoon for those who don't want the more active canoeing safaris that Mawimbi specialises in. Game walks are a must for all lovers of the African bush. And of course, for the amateur and professional ornithologist, there is a huge variety of bird life that awaits exploring in the National Park.
KaingU Safari Lodge offer a fantastic range of family friendly safari activities in the Kafue National Park with some activities designed exclusively for kids. Experience wildlife rich game drives, walking safaris and boat cruises that can be tailored to your liking. Go on a canoeing adventure, fish the rich Zambezi river, relish delicious food in an idyllic spot handpicked for you and take cultural trips to the local school.
Mukambi restaurant, bar and the swimming pool area are centrally located. You will find several decks with a spectacular view over the Kafue river. Mukambi is famous for its excellent cuisine, friendly staff and highly experienced rangers. All accommodation offered at the lodge is on a full board basis.
Musungwa Lodge offers specialist safaris taking you into the heart of the bush by land cruiser, boat or foot, or the chance to relax, soak up the sun at the pool or at your lodge. Whichever is your choice you will take home memories never to be forgotten, the embers of the log fire, the call of the hyena.
McBrides Camp provides walking and driving safaris were guests view a wide range of bird and plant life. Large herds of antelope roam the plains including red lechwe, puku, sable and roan antelopes, waterbuck, tsessebe, hartebeest, as well as oribi and duiker. Large prides of lion, leopards and cheetah are the prime predators.
At over 22,000 square kilometres, Kafue National Park is one of Africa's largest parks. It is an adventure filled, yet relaxing retreat where you get the feeling you have the entire park all to yourself.'Kushiyana' means 'variety' in the locally spoken Nyanja language. The Safaris give the perfect way to enjoy all that's good about Kafue.
Leisurely walks and day or night game drives, from Leopard Lodge, all give excellent opportunities for viewing delightful wildlife. The resident leopards and lions have also been sighted within the camp catching impala, puku and bushbuck – quite an eye opener! Enjoy the many safari activities offered.