Mwamba Bushcamp is set beneath the shade of tall ebony trees overlooking a waterhole in the usually dry bed of the seasonal Mwamba River. Owned by Derek and Jules Shenton, it is a very natural yet comfortable camp: small, intimate and very remote.
Our view of Mwamba Bushcamp
We've visited Mwamba often since about 1995, most recently in June 2013, and although it has been described as a ‘basic bushcamp’ in the past, we now beg to disagree. We found the rooms spacious, the beds very comfortable, and the en-suite bathroom excellent. The food was great – and we loved the flexibility of the activities (especially the hides!) and the obvious passion of the guides.
Mwamba Bushcamp: Traveller ratings
Mwamba Bushcamp is a small, traditional camp in the bush of South Luangwa.