The Bushcamp Company

In Zambia's iconic South Luangwa National Park, The Bushcamp Company operates six exclusive Bushcamps in the remote south of the park, as well as the award -winning Mfuwe Lodge just inside the main park gate. Set out from any of these secluded, intimate camps and you will be guaranteed an unrivalled wildlife experience in one of the last unspoilt wilderness regions of Africa – the very place where the African walking safari was pioneered.

"From a vehicle you see Africa. On foot you feel, hear and smell Africa"

Mfuwe Lodge
Kuyenda
Chamilandu
Chindeni
Bilimungwe
Kapamba
Zungulila

"If you want to go fast - go alone. If you want to go far - go together"

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Every day you stay with The Bushcamp Company, in one of our Bushcamps or Mfuwe Lodge, you are contributing to our Conservation, Education, and Community projects!

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Bushcamps Video

Each of our camps are set in glorious surroundings and has its own distinct character. A maximum of just eight guests can be accommodated at each camp, ensuring that your stay is a peaceful one and tailored to your personal needs.


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Elephants of Mfuwe Lodge Video

Every year when the mangoes are ripe a family of wild elephants visit Mfuwe Lodge. Led by their matriarch Wonky Tusk they carefully make their way through the Lodge's reception area and onto the the grounds where the mango tree stands.


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Latest Fact...

Sep 13, 2017

Did You Know... Tree bark is a favourite food source for elephants? It contains important minerals such as calcium, and also provides plenty of fibre and roughage, which aids digestion.


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Latest True or False...

Sep 20, 2017

True or False... Owls are unable to move their eyes.


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Sightings

  • 21 September:
    leopard
  • 21 September:
    civet, 4 lions eating a warthog, mongoose
  • 21 September:
    14 wild dogs, lioness, 2 different leopards
  • 21 September:
    big male leopard while walking, fish eagle
  • 22 September:
    lions with cubs (2 tiny ones)
  • 21 September:
    lots of elephants, wild dogs with puppies, buffalo
  • 21 September:
    15 giraffes, 5 wild dogs, large herd of buffalos
  • 21 September:
    porcupine, hyena, 4 bushbabies

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Guest Comments

Chindeni
A fantastic stay! Thank you all for making our honeymoon so special.
- Barry & Becky

Mfuwe Lodge
I cannot say enough great things about our trip.
- Kindra H

Zungulila
" Thanks for the great walking - necessary to work off the excellent food"
- Phil & Sally Jones, UK

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