A charming and rustic camp that offers a true taste of the African bush. Set beneath shady trees by the Manzi River, Kuyenda is the simplest of the Bushcamp Company camps but embodies the authentic charm of old Africa with its cluster of traditional thatched grass huts and back-to-nature feel. Looking out over an open grassy plains area, game can often be watched from the camp itself.
There are many diverse landscapes within walking distance of the camp including salt pans, dry river beds, mopane woodland, the Luangwa River and the open plains. Kuyenda is not in walking distance from the other bush camps – so is an ideal start or end to a safari with The Bushcamp Company.Back to South Luangwa
Located in the remote, southern part of the South Luangwa National Park, on the banks of the dry Manzi River about one hour game drive from Mfuwe Lodge.
Access into Mfuwe Airport is either via scheduled flight from Lusaka on Proflight, direct flight from Jeki or Royal during the peak season or via scheduled flight on Ulendo Air from Lilongwe. Charter flights can also be organised.
Newly built in 2020 there are 6 thatched rondavels on small raised platforms, with a covered veranda out front. Room features include:
En suite open air bathrooms with toilet, basins and shower
Flexible bed arrangements with beds that can either be separated into twins or put together to be made up as an imperial king
Covered verandah with stunning views of the grasslands streching out before you
Completely rebuilt and redesigned in 2020
The main boma area of the camp has a dining area, bar and lounge
Campfire for early morning tea and coffee before you set off on your activity and sundowners in the evening under the stars
The main focus of activities at Kuyenda is on walking safaris and exploring the surrounding area. Game Drives and night game drives are also on offer.
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.
The rooms are large enough to accommodate additional beds for parents wishing to share with children
3rd June to 1st November
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 includes solar lighting and geysers
No Wifi or cellphone reception