Shumba Camp: Information from the owner
All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.
|No. of rooms||6|
Main description of Shumba Camp
Shumba Camp: Facilities
|Room facilities||Balcony / Deck, En-Suite, Outside Shower|
|Available services||Credit Card|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Boating, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Catch-and-release Fishing, Game Walks, Hot-air Ballooning|
Room types at Shumba Camp
There is one family tent which sleeps four comfortably.
There are five twin bedded tents.
Activities at Shumba Camp
Shumba Camp - Boating
Early on in the season, the Busanga Plains are still covered in much water. A boating excursion during this time allows for exploration of the channels and their life.
Shumba Camp - Game drives
On interpretive game drives in open vehicles, guests may view large numbers of plains game such as puku, red lechwe, buffalo and wildebeest and even perhaps the rare roan antelope. The famous lions of Kafue, cheetah and wild dog are also to be seen.
Shumba Camp - Guided night drives
Led by a knowledgeable guide, night drives offer a glimpse into Busanga Plains’ unique, nocturnal world. A diverse range of species may be seen at night, including genet, civet, owls and occasionally the elusive leopard.
Shumba Camp - Hot Air Balloon Safari
Nowhere else in Zambia can you take to the skies in such style. Gaze over scenic splendour, watch hippo playing far below and fly eye-to-eye with an eagle. This experience (complimentary for guests who stay three nights or more) ends with a champagne breakfast. (Available from August to October)
Shumba Camp - Specialist birding safari
Boasting 491 species, including the endemic Chaplin's barbet, birding enthusiasts will be spoilt for choice on a specialist birding safari. The area is also alive with rollers, bee-eaters, kingfishers, herons and large flocks of storks, to name a few.