Kafue National Park is the oldest and largest of Zambia's national parks, covering around 22500 square kilometers. It is dissected by the Kafue River, which forms scenic islands and spectacular rapids. It is a particular favorite of fishing fans, with pike and bream in abundance, as well as buffalo and lion for wildlife spotters.
Accommodation in Kafue
A basic camp since 1997, in 2007 the property was overhauled to elevate it into the luxury market. Situated in the northwestern corner of the Kafue National Park, in the famed Busanga Plains area, the camp is refined, and even has an afternoon tea service. The six tented rooms are extremely comfortable, on raised platforms […]
The organic building materials of this plush camp mean that the site blends easily into its surroundings, just on the edge of the Kafue National Park. You can look out over the scenic Busanga Plains, and as only eight people can stay at any one time, there’s an air of isolation and exclusivity.
Busanga Bush Camp lies in the heart of the Busanga Plains, a wildlife paradise that is situated in the northern region of the Kafue National Park, one of the largest national parks in Africa. The Busanga Plains is one of Zambia’s most significant wetland resources and also one of the few areas in the world […]
The focal point of Kaingu Safari Lodge is the thatched central boma with lounge, dining room and bar facilities overlooking the river. Here you will be spoiled by the exceptionally high standard of food that is freshly prepared and served here. There is a wide open large deck on stilts with a fireplace and seating […]