Lodges & safari camps in Kafue National Park
Sadly, Musanza Bushcamp is closed and is not due to re-open in the foreseeable future. Musanza Bushcamp is a semi-permanent ...More about Musanza Bushcamp
A good experience of a remote and fairly basic bush camp. reviews...
Sadly, Lufupa Bushcamp closed at the beginning of 2012 and is not due to re-open in the foreseeable future. Built along ...More about Lufupa Bushcamp
Great position overlooking the rapids on the Lufupa river. Tsetse flies were a considerable nuisance and we had to wear bug jackets for some of the time. Camp and food ... reviews...
On the north-west side of the Busanga Plains, Busanga Bushcamp lies hidden in a small tree island of giant sycamore fig trees ...More about Busanga Bushcamp
Well organised camp and great staff. You would expect this for the price. The included balloon flight was a do-not-miss activity reviews...
Lufupa Tented Camp
Sadly, Lufupa Tented Camp closed at the beginning of 2012 and is not due to re-open in the foreseeable future. Situated in ...More about Lufupa Tented Camp
The guides were excellent, special mentions to Brian and John D. The assistant manageresses, Jacqui and Musaki, were also excellent, extremely welcoming and nothing was too ... reviews...
Situated on Kafue National Park's Busanga Plains, Shumba Camp was originally a basic bushcamp run by Busanga Trails. We've known ...More about Shumba Camp
We really enjoyed our time at Shumba. The tents are beautifully appointed with indoor and outdoor showers and indoor and outdoor couches to sit on. There is also a decanter ... reviews...
Sadly, Kapinga Camp closed at the beginning of 2012 and is not due to re-open in the foreseeable future. Kapinga is a lovely ...More about Kapinga Camp
we have not been to Busanga, but to Kapinga!! So comments apply to Kapinga. reviews...
Lufupa River Camp
Lufupa River Camp is only available for large group trips and not available for individual travellers. Originally the camp ...More about Lufupa River Camp
It was very cold at the camp due to the tents not having windproof sides. We told the management about this and suggested solutions.We hope they act on these. The game ... reviews...
In recent years the south of Kafue has been the poor relation of the north, but since it began a few years ago, Kaingu Lodge has gradually started to change this. It has four large, green Meru-style tents raised on wooden decks, and a separate four-bed suite. All the bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms ...More about Kaingu Lodge