Set on the banks of the shallow, spring-fed Kapamba River, Kapamba is surrounded by some of the South Luangwa National Park’s richest wildlife.
Fully rebuilt in 2020 and now boasting a swimming pool, a real treat for those hot October days. The central bar and dining room is positioned under a huddle of matumi and sausage trees, with a wide deck that stretches out with views of the Kapamba River.
If that’s still not close enough for you, why not enjoy your G&T from the middle of the river itself, your feet dipped in the cool, crystal shallows.Back to South Luangwa
Located in the remote, southern part of the South Luangwa National Park on the banks of the Kapamba River. Driving time from Mfuwe Lodge to Kapamba Bushcamp is approximately 3.5 hours – gamedrive speed.
4 comfortable open-fronted chalets with attractive wrought iron gates which are drawn across in the evenings to protect guests from any unwanted night visitors
Room features include:
En-suite bathroom with twin basins and showers
Convertible beds (2 x single or king)
Two rooms have raised sleeping salas, allowing you the added experience of sleeping outdoors on a raised platform, with a bathroom below.
Pool in the central lounge area overlooking the Kapamba River
Dining area, lounge, bar with stunning views of the Kapamba River
Campfire area for morning teas/coffees and evening drinks under the stars
Game Drives and Walking Safaris
Walks between Kapamba and Bilimungwe and Zungulila are possible, making this a great combination of camps if you want to experience walking camp to camp.
Get out into the bush and explore the rich diversity of the surrounding area on a morning walking safari, and then later in the day, jump into a Land Rover for an afternoon/evening game drive.
On special occasions the camp can also arrange an afternoon wading through the cool waters of the Kapamba where a scenic sundowner or special meal will be waiting for you.
When the weather is right, you can spend siesta time in the Kapamba River right in front of camp!
Children under 12 are not accepted at the Bushcamps unless a private camp is booked or a Private Guide and Vehicle. Per National Parks’ regulations, children under 12 are not allowed on walking safaris
Their rooms are large enough to accommodate additional beds for parents wishing to share with children
1st April to 6th January
Every guest staying at the Bushcamp Company properties assists with their Conservation and Community projects through the Luangwa Conservation and Community Fund. For detailed information about their work, visit this link Bushcamp Company Conservation and Community
Power Source – solar power and back-up generator
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