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

"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...

Oct 19, 2016

Did You Know... It's a long journey from the North Pole to South Luangwa, but Santa never fails to turn up in time for Christmas Day?

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Latest True or False...

Oct 26, 2016

True or False... It is thought that the tongues of giraffes are black to make them more resistant to sunburn.

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  • 24 October:
    leopard on a kill
  • 24 October:
    2 genet, lions, owls
  • 24 October:
    lions, buffalo, grysbok
  • 24 October:
    wild dogs playing
  • 24 October:
    11 lion cubs, 4 lionesses, giraffes, buffalo
  • 24 October:
    lots of elephants, wild dogs, 2 genet
  • 24 October:
    hyena, 2 leopard, 5 lionesses, 7 lions
  • 24 October:
    big herd of buffalo, lion with impala kill

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Guest Comments

Once more the Tregoning family had a most enjoyable stay at the Bushcamp Company, South Luangwa - the new experience of Bilimungwe and Chindeni Bushcamps as well as Mfuwe Lodge which always has the added advantage of a great variety of game viewing. Our children were most impressed. The guides Manda, Peter and Kelvin were excellent. Kelvin became part of our family in a very short time. The bush spa experience was very relaxing for all of us. Once more your company lived up its name of good hospitality, excellent food, friendly staff and very professional guides who educated us all along. Definitely an unforgettable experience overall.
- Trevor and Anni Tregoning

The whole trip was amazing. We were looked after by all your staff incredibly well, the food was fantastic and we saw and experienced fabulous game.
Thank you so much for all your help in getting it all organised so well. It was a very slick operation!!

- Bebe C

We enjoyed our entire trip.
Fannuel was our favorite guide. He worked at Kampaba Bush camp. He was very enthusiastic and knowlgeable.
Everything went like clockwork.
The food and meals were delicious and beautifully presented. A+
We met some wonderful people who added to the enjoyment of our trip.
We liked the "walking safari".
This was our 4th safari and I thought it would be our last, but it was so great that I want to do another.
- Bill and Jan Munson, Sandra and Jen Kowalski

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