Our Zambian safari camps in the South Luangwa offer exciting experiences: the luxury of a safari lodge and the adventurous style of remote bush camps. In combination with incredible game viewing moments you will find your perfect holiday in one of our camps or the combination of all three.
Our third camp, Three Rivers Camp, to open in June 2017, will offer yet a different experience with exquisite tents set at the confluence of the Luangwa River with the Lusangazi & Kapamba Rivers. Combine all three camps for an ultimate South Luangwa safari experience and enjoy areas of the park where no-one else is operating.
Kafunta River Lodge is set in the riverside forest on the banks of the Luangwa River and overlooks a game-rich floodplain and the South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. Our lodge offers all of our clients deluxe comfort whilst being situated in the unspoilt wilderness that surrounds the lodge.
The central location of Kafunta River Lodge in the Luangwa Valley allows us to explore the whole Luangwa region with you. Our outstanding safari guides accompany you on game drives and walking safaris.
Island Bush Camp lies under a grove of mahogany trees on the banks of the Luangwa River in the South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. This small bush camp offers rustic accommodation in grass and reed huts build on stilts that ensure safety from wild animals and provide an unlimited view of the Luangwa River.
The emphasis of Island Bush Camp is walking safaris and the real African bush experience. Combined with personalised service, this is an authentic safari experience not to be missed.
Three Rivers camp is named after the Luangwa, Lusangazi and Kapamba Rivers which define its stunning scenery supplemented by a spectacularly game-rich lagoon where myriads of antelope roam all day long. Our new camp offers five sumptuous en-suite tents facing either the Luangwa River or the lagoon, with a private viewing platform featuring cozy star beds.
Choose between game drives and bush walks, or indulge on your private deck while observing giraffes and elephants drinking at the waterhole.