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Mawimbi Bush Camp has four large uniquely styled canvas tents which are located on the river bank. It offers wonderful exclusive views of this wonderous river. Each tent has its own outdoor ensuite bathrooms with a hand wash basin and bucket shower that is supplied with on-demand hot water. On-site chefs cook the best dishes from the best ingredients.
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 do not 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 birdlife that awaits exploring in the Kafue National Park.
There are all manner of adventures possible in the unspoilt wilderness where you will find KaingU Safari Lodge. Time here can be action packed or simply tranquil time out so you can enjoy your natural surroundings and reconnect with your soul. The design and architecture of the entire safari camp is built to blend in and harmonise with the beautiful surroundings.
KaingU Lodge is a great weekend camping destination in the Kafue National Park in Zambia. It is easy to get to via the D769 (Itezhi Tezhi Road) which is tarred right to the KaingU turnoff. They have three quality campsites, each with an ablution block with hot and cold running water, a kitchen sink, fire pits and sheltered area. Lodge facilities are not part of the campsite but activities, meals and laundry can be organised for camping guests.
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.
A trip to the Busanga Plains brings a sense of adventure and the desire to explore the unknown. The Mukambi Plains Camp in Busanga provides four big well-furnished safari tents with two twin and two double en-suite open air bathrooms and a raised central viewing area overlooking the plains.
The bar and dining area is shaded by spectacular fig trees and boasts magnificent vistas over the open wildlife-rich plains. Dinner takes place either on the deck or in the cosy boma, along with a little Zambian culture while the camp's main deck is a perfect place to star gaze or relax after your evening meal.
Fig Tree Bush Camp overlooks a large lagoon, 1.7 km long and about 60m wide. This lagoon maintains it's alluring water throughout the season attracting an array of wildlife including elephant, puku, impala, warthog, zebra, and hartebeest. Predators like lion, cheetah, leopard and hyena are regular visitors.
Mayukuyuku Camp is perfectly placed for either motoring visitors or backpackers. It breaks the journey if you are travelling west to the Barotse Plains, Liuwa National Park, or the Kuomboka Ceremony near Mongu. This camp is unique in that it is accessible by two wheel drive vehicles.
With 4 luxury en-suite permanent safari tents, Mayukuyuku Bush Camp gives you an intimate relationship with nature. Each safari tent overlooks the Kafue River with its own verandah, hammock, en-suite bathroom, open sky hot showers and flush toilets. The camp offers a wide range of activities.
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.
Mukambi Safari Lodge is located within the Kafue National Park approximately 80kms from the eastern gate. Although very comfortable and relaxing, the set up resembles more of a small country hotel rather than a rural bush lodge, with stone flagged floors, white washed walls and high beamed roofs.
Conference facilities at Musungwa which has a fully equipped conference venue for up to 100 delegates are for companies wanting 'something different'. With activities to promote team building such as squash, tennis, table tennis and a library catering for everyone the active or not so active person.
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.
Musungwa's central complex consists of three large thatched rondavels comprising of the reception, bar and restaurant and conferencing facility. They are designed to blend with the surroundings, utilizing ethnic architectural concepts, maintaining the true atmosphere of the African bush.
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.
McBride's Camp provides a peaceful, wild and rustic wildlife experience inside Kafue National Park. The camp is very remote with no signs of human life. With only seven chalets the safari experience is private and personal. The camp provides activities that include day game drives, game viewing by boat, fishing, bird watching.
Nanzhila Plains Safari Camp offers a camp site facility with three sites each taking two vehicles. The campsites are located approximately 500 metres away from the lodge under the tree canopy overlooking the dambo. The campsites are purposely rustic and the only facilities are bucket showers and bush toilets.
The camp is located in the far south of the largely undeveloped and unspoiled Kafue National Park. This is a 12 bed camp which is in the very heart of the African bush and offers amazing game viewing opportunities. The camp offers a tranquil, intimate encounter with Zambia's finest wildlife.
Busanga Bush Camp is run by Wilderness Safaris. The large plains have a numbers of animals that include such puku, red lechwe, buffalo and wildebeest and a resident herd of roan antelope. The Busanga Plains provide some of the best lion viewing in Africa. For those interested in birding, the park boasts 491 species, including as the endemic Chaplin's barbet.
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.
Leopard Lodge has five en-suite chalets. They are individually sited for privacy, and all have Kafue River views. The elegant Rhodesian Teak furnishing in the chalets complements the African Colonial décor. The chalet bedding is 100% percale cotton linen – bliss after a busy day in the bush!