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 October 2014. We’ve found that the remote area and basic design of the camp give it a true bushcamp feel, but the spacious rooms, large beds and excellent en-suite bathrooms add a surprising level of comfort that complements the experience nicely. 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.