Mfuwe Lodge

Award winning safari lodge set in the most prolific game area of the South Luangwa. The perfect place to enjoy excellent game viewing, recharge your batteries, or to start and finish your journey to our bushcamps.

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"From a vehicle you see Africa. On foot you feel, hear and smell Africa"

Mfuwe Lodge
Kuyenda
Chamilandu
Chindeni
Bilimungwe
Kapamba
Zungulila

"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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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...

Jul 19, 2017

Did You Know... Baby baboons are only able to ride jockey-style on their mother's backs when they reach around six weeks old? Younger babies cling tightly to their mother's belly when moving around.


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Jul 12, 2017

True or False... A buffalo's hearing is well developed, and is its keenest sense.


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Sightings

  • 22 July:
    lion hunting warthogs, civet, zebra
  • 22 July:
    elephant, 2 leopard, buffalo, giraffe
  • 22 July:
    civet, genet
  • 22 July:
    leopard sleeping in gully with giraffe nearby
  • 22 July:
    white-tailed mongoose, lioness and cubs
  • 22 July:
    9 lioness, porcupine, warthog, elephant, kudu
  • 22 July:
    elephant, buffalo, 2 hyena
  • 22 July:
    bull elephant, civet, leopard, hyena

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Guest Comments

Mfuwe Lodge
We had an amazing time. Thank you so much for all your help in putting this together. Our experience from start to finish was perfect, I am not sure there is anything that could have made it better. We loved Mfuwe Lodge. It is a perfect place to start and end the trip. We did get our spa treatments which was just what we needed after the long travel day. It was a first, getting a massage listening to hippo's. I loved every second. Our safari's, both driving and walking, were amazing. It is hard to describe all we saw, heard, and learned during our stay. The South Luangwa Valley is rich with wildlife. Just sitting at the lodge and in camp we got to watch elephants, baboons, warthogs, Impala's, buffalo, and so many different kinds of birds.
The staff there is truly special. They are friendly, professional, and make you feel right at home. The one big surprise was how delicious the food was both at the lodge and in camp. The chefs are very creative with the meals and we enjoyed everyt
- Jill Snyder

Bilimungwe
Truly this has been the most fantastic experience and the hospitality has really made it special. We will miss this place greatly. Thank you!! Thank you!!
- Lizanne Crowther & David Bradley, UK

Chindeni
"It's pretty tough to pick between the camps and staff - but at a push we'd have to go with Chindeni. It was a real highlight of our trip - the gameviewing un-matched and the camp incredibly relaxing and in the most idyllic spot. Thanks everyone @ BCC."
- Ed & Sophie Green, UK

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