On the banks of the Luangwa River, in the southern area of the South Luangwa National Park, Chamilandu Bushcamp is set in a shady grove of tall African ebony trees. The owners of this small, stylish bushcamp have invested in making it both tasteful and very comfortable, whist clearly they’ve also tried hard to retain a ‘bushy’ feel with chalets which are very open to the outside.
Our view of Chamilandu Bushcamp
With just three large chalets, and a remote location, Chamilandu is a lovely intimate bushcamp where you don’t need to compromise on 'luxury'. You will, though, need to be comfortable being part of a group for the time that you’re here – taking meals and activities all together – and this having slightly less individual freedom over your activities than is often the case in South Luangwa’s better camps.
Chamilandu Bushcamp: Traveller ratings
Chamilandu stands beside the Luangwa River, and has three raised chalets.