Kapamba Camp

Set in a remote corner in the southern region of the South Luangwa National Park, is Kapamba bushcamp. Lying on the banks of the shallow, spring-fed Kapamba River in a peaceful, secluded area Kapamba is surrounded by some of the park’s richest wildlife with fabulous views over the watercourse.

The camp has four spacious and comfortable river-facing open-fronted thatch and screed guest chalets. With en-suite bathrooms that include hot and cold running water, a double-size indulgent sunken stone bath and twin showers all perfectly positioned to enjoy river views chalets also include mosquito nets as well as a verandah. Clever wrought-iron shutters are drawn each evening so that the sights and sounds of the African night can be enjoyed without worrying about unwanted visitors. The central bar and dining area is thatched and positioned under a huddle of matumi and sausage trees which in turn leads to a wide deck also used for dining and with superb river views. The camp is run on solar power with limited battery charging possible and lighting by solar and paraffin.

Why we like it 

Spending time in your own private plunge pool whilst watching elephants playing in the river is not to be missed.

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