Mfuwe Lodge & The Bushcamp Company are honoured to announce that its portfolio of diverse properties in Zambia's South Luangwa National Park have been included in National Geographic's Unique Lodges of the World; a collection of one-of-a-kind hotels and lodges in extraordinary locations around the world.
The Unique Lodges portfolio currently consists of 38 distinguished properties on six continents. Launched in January 2015 with 24 charter members, the properties in the Unique Lodges collection offer a host of authentic and responsible travel experiences.
Every lodge is evaluated through a comprehensive vetting process in which they are judged on property, guest experience, quality of service and sustainable tourism practices. The process includes an onsite inspection by an expert to assess hotel operations, to meet staff and to evaluate the lodge’s sustainable tourism practices.
“Our growing collection of Unique Lodges of the World offers a wide range of meaningful travel experiences to all kinds of explorers,” said Lynn Cutter, National Geographic’s executive vice president for Travel and Licensing.