Kafue National Park Lodges
Safari Lodges And Camps In Zambia's Oldest And Largest National Park, The Fabled Kafue
Zambia's oldest National Park and also the largest (incidentally the second largest National Park in the world), Kafue National Park was proclaimed in 1950 and covers in the region of 22 400 square kilometres. From the astounding Busanga Plains in the North-western section of the Kafue to the tree-choked wilderness and the lush dambos of the south. This is one destination that is a must when visiting Zambia.
This park sustains huge herds of diverse wildlife. Large prides of lions, solitary leopards and cheetahs are the prime predators. There is a host of smaller carnivores from the side-striped jackal, civet, genet and various mongoose.
Access to most (if not all the safari lodges in the Kafue) is by light aircraft, this just goes to show how large and remote this Kafue actually is, these are included as part and parcel of the safari package when booking (but not in the price of the lodge or camp).
The Kafue National Park is home to a variety of safari lodges and camps, each offering its own unique experience. Among the most popular are the luxury lodges, which offer guests stunning views of the park's wildlife and landscapes. Additionally, there are several tented camps located in prime areas for game viewing. These camps provide an intimate and authentic safari experience, with guests often spending their days tracking wildlife on foot. Whichever type of lodge or camp you choose, a stay in the Kafue National Park is sure to be an unforgettable experience.
The handful of lodges that we offer guarantees you an exclusive wildlife experience like no other, if the sense of complete and utter remoteness is what you seek, then Kafue is the destination when on a Zambia safari. Part and parcel of our ever-growing Zambia lodges portfolio.
Safari activities in the Kafue National Park include game drive safaris, boat cruise options, sunset drinks, bush picnics and dinners, hot air ballooning over the Basunga Plains as well as canoeing trips.
Kafue National Park is one of the most unspoilt and under-rated safari destinations in Africa! With an abundance of wildlife including some of the largest herds of elephants, this park should be on everyone's list when planning a safari to Zambia.
The safari lodges and camps located within the park are all luxurious and provide stunning views overlooking the savannah. For a more intimate and authentic experience, there are also several tented camps located in prime areas for game viewing.
No matter which type of lodge or camp you choose, a stay in the Kafue National Park is sure to be an unforgettable experience!
Zambia Safari Camps and Lodges In The Utterly Amazing Kafue
Fig Tree Bush Camp
Rates from US$440.00 per person
Fig Tree Bush Camp is located in a wild region of the Kafue National Park surrounded by exceptional wildlife including lion, cheetah, leopard and hyena and occasionally wild dog.
A small and intimate camp that offers up only 4 tented suites is the perfect destination for wildlife and birdlife enthusiasts and is perfectly positioned on the Kafue River.
Mukambi Safari Lodge
Rates from US$410.00 per person
Mukambi Safari Lodge offers guests a safari experience in the Kafue National Park's central region, a region famed for excellent wildlife and birdlife.
Located on the banks of the Kafue River, Mukambi offers game drives, walking safaris, fishing excursions, boat and sunset cruises.
Rates from US$445.00 per person
Kaingu Lodge offers guests a choice of six tented suites and one family house, a small and intimate lodge that is owner run and managed that is perfect for couples, honeymoons and families alike.
The lodge is set in a pristine wilderness on the banks of the Kafue River with views into National park itself.
Rates not available at this time
Kapinga Camp is situated in the extreme north of the Kafue National Park, and in the north-west corner of the Busanga Plains.
The camp has been designed to blend in with the environment and natural products have been used as much as possible in the construction of the camp.
Rates from US$ 1 277.00 per person
Shumba Camp is situated in the northern region of the Kafue National Park, in the famed Busanga Plains area.
The Plains, covering approximately 750 square kilometres, is considered one of Zambia's most important wetlands as well as a wildlife paradise with a wealth of plains game, predators and birds.
Busanga Bush Camp
Rates from US$ 1 040.00 per person
A Kafue bush camp the lies in the heart of the Busanga Plains, a wildlife paradise that is situated in Kafue National Park.
Busanga Bush Camp is about as 'wild' as you can get in today's world: an unfenced mosaic of expansive grassy seasonal floodplains and "dambos".
Busanga Plains Camp
Rates from US$825.00 per person
Busanga Plains Camp is an intimate option for those seeking out an almost private wildlife safari experience, perfect for couples, honeymooners and small groups alike.
The luxury Kafue camp offers up only four luxurious tented suites, each with commanding views over the Busanga Plains.
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