Zambia’s huge Kafue remains a less visited park, even though its increased wildlife numbers and hunting ban are raising its profile.
Whilst combining Kafue with other Zambian destination is probably our recommended option, the potential to link Kafue’s various properties to create a stand-alone circuit is appealing – especially to those travellers who are attracted by the prospect of enjoying a wilderness area all to themselves.
LEOPARD LODGE, North West Central Kafue
Why use Leopard Lodge?
Fabulous riverfront location. Great game viewing. Hotsprings. Stunning sunrises over the river. Good fishing. Fabulous catering and warm hospitality
MAYUKUYUKU BUSH CAMP, Central Kafue
Why use Mayukuyuku?
Charming, rustic little bushcamp. Fabulous game viewing. Stunning river location (big boulders), only 4 tents making it intimate, outstanding hospitality. Talk to us!
KAINGU SAFARI LODGE, Central Kafue
Why use Kaingu?
Breath-taking location on the river, noteworthy birding (inc Finfoot), game walks in the national park opposite, boat safaris, cultural heritage activities. Great halfway house.
KONKAMOYA CAMP, Lake Itzhy-Tezhy, South Kafue
Why use Konkamoya?
Lovely location on the shoreline of Lake Itzhy-Tezhy, offering land & water activities, teak and mopane forests, great game and birding, varied landscapes. Year round accessibility.
NANZHILA PLAINS SAFARI CAMP, Nanzhila, South Kafue
Why use Nanzhila?
Exclusivity, real wilderness location, wild dog, cheetah and serval, varied game including roan and sable herds, incredible birding (including black cheeked lovebird), beautiful camp
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