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Shoebill Island Camp
Shoebill Island Camp
Shoebill Island Camp
Shoebill Island Camp
Shoebill Island Camp

Shoebill Island Camp


11°57’4.9"S 30°14’14.9"E

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Shoebill Island Camp is situated on the edge of the Bangweulu Wetlands.
There are six simple tents...
... and three reed and thatch chalets.
Inside the tents are simple with a bed covered in a mosquito net...
... shelves to store clothing...
... and a table with a candle, matches and drinking water.
Through a flap at the back of the tent is the bathroom.
Each tent has a bucket shower and flush toilet divided by a reed wall...
... and a basin on a stand with a cold water tap. Hot water is brought to you every morning.
The enclosed main area...
... serves as the dining area...
... as well as the lounge.
Take a game drive to see herds of buffalo or the endemic black lechwe...
... or a boat into the wetlands where you can see local fisherman out on the water.
However most people come to this area to see the prehistoric looking shoebill.
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Shoebill Island Camp is situated on the edge of the Bangweulu Wetlands.
Shoebill Island Camp is situated on the edge of the Bangweulu Wetlands.
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There are six simple tents...
There are six simple tents...
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... and three reed and thatch chalets.
... and three reed and thatch chalets.
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Inside the tents are simple with a bed covered in a mosquito net...
Inside the tents are simple with a bed covered in a mosquito net...
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... shelves to store clothing...
... shelves to store clothing...
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... and a table with a candle, matches and drinking water.
... and a table with a candle, matches and drinking water.
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Through a flap at the back of the tent is the bathroom.
Through a flap at the back of the tent is the bathroom.
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Each tent has a bucket shower and flush toilet divided by a reed wall...
Each tent has a bucket shower and flush toilet divided by a reed wall...
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... and a basin on a stand with a cold water tap. Hot water is brought to you every morning.
... and a basin on a stand with a cold water tap. Hot water is brought to you every morning.
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The enclosed main area...
The enclosed main area...
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... serves as the dining area...
... serves as the dining area...
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... as well as the lounge.
... as well as the lounge.
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Take a game drive to see herds of buffalo or the endemic black lechwe...
Take a game drive to see herds of buffalo or the endemic black lechwe...
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... or a boat into the wetlands where you can see local fisherman out on the water.
... or a boat into the wetlands where you can see local fisherman out on the water.
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However most people come to this area to see the prehistoric looking shoebill.
However most people come to this area to see the prehistoric looking shoebill.

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