The Lodge, commonly known as “The Gateway to The Kafue National Park”, is centrally located in the park, right on the banks of the stunning Kafue River!
Also deep in the heart of the Busanga Plains is the sister bush camp, Busanga Plains Camp, Mukambi Safari’s seasonal Bush Camp and in a unique location in an undiscovered part of Kafue National Park is another sister camp, Mukambi Fig Tree Bush Camp.
Mukambi Safari is located about 3 hours’ drive from Lusaka, in Kafue National Park. And its seasonal camp, the Busanga Plains Camp is five hours’ drive from Lusaka.
Mukambi Safari has luxury family Villas and comfortable Chalets at the main Lodge and luxurious Safari Tents and 4 en-suite luxury safari tents on stilts (2 twin and 2 double) at Busanga Plain Camp and Mukambi Fig Tree Bush Camp respectively.
Mukambi Safari offers a lot of activities which includes the following:
Because of its location, the Mukambi Safari Lodge has the unrivalled advantage of game viewing in one of the biggest game sanctuaries in Africa, the Kafue National Park.
There’s abundant game in the unspoilt atmosphere that prevails in Kafue Park; most commonly sighted are a wide diversity of wildlife, such as red lechwe, roan antelope, leopard, cheetah, puku, African wild dog, impala, duiker, sitatunga, lechwe, sable, hippo, buffalo, crocodiles, lion, elephant and hartebeest.
The Kafue National Park has over 500 recorded bird species. The most common are Black-cheeked Lovebird, Pel’s Fishing Owl, Bohm’s Bee-eaters, Sunbirds, Helmetshrikes, Paradise Fly-catchers, pelican, egrets, Kingfisher, Arnot’s Chat’s, Wattled Crane, African Fin-foot, Crowned Crane and Chaplin’s Barbet.
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