Do you want to take a picnic, or simply have a relaxing outdoor experience? Chibila camp is best for you. Conveniently located (350 Km from Lusaka) on the beautiful shoreline of Lake Itezhi-tezhi, Chibila offers you affordable and unique out door experience. Here, you will explore the Kafue National Park, go out fishing, swim at the Longolo hot spring, learn about historic ruins of Old Nkala Mission and more! The camp can accommodate up to twelve people and offers self catering.
Chibila camp blends into a natural environment of wooded granite hills, with granite boulders framing. The name Chibila is from the local language (Tonga) to mean rock hyrax. The camp is open all year round. Please get in touch with us for more details and bookings.
The Wildlife Camp is located in a large tract of society land just outside the South Luangwa National Park. Situated in pristine Mopane woodland on the east bank of the Luangwa River. The camp has a variety of accommodation types from a campsite to self-catering and fully catered chalets as well as a bush camp for overnight walking safaris. The camp offers game drives, night drives, walking safaris and cultural village visits.
The Wildlife Camp is operated under lease from the society by Lupande Safaris. Income from the camp helps to fund the society’s activities and provides benefits to children’s environmental education, and to the local community.
Kafwala Camp is a 12-bed self-catering camp built on the banks of the Kafue River, about 43km above the Hook Bridge (five hours from Lusaka), in the northern sector of the Kafue National Park. The site, opposite gentle rapids and lush riverine islands, is one of the most picturesque in Zambia. Around the camp the birdlife is abundant, while the north and south loop roads afford interesting game viewing. A pleasant but full day return trip further north gives access to the splendid Busanga Plains. Fishing is also possible and boats can be launched at a site close to the camp.
The camp is open from June to the end of October