There are daily flights from Lusaka International Airport to Mfuwe International Airport (as well as to and from Malawi) with Proflight Zambia.

Then drive…
The road transfer to Mfuwe Lodge from Mfuwe International Airport takes around 45 minutes in an open game-viewing vehicle. If you are going straight to a Bushcamp, you will stop at Mfuwe Lodge for a refreshment stop, before continuing to the Bushcamps:

Driving times (from Mfuwe Lodge). These are slow game drives with the chance of seeing iconic wildlife along the way.

Kuyenda 75 minutes
Chamilandu 2 hours
Chindeni 2.5 hours
Bilimungwe 2.5 – 3 hours
Kapamba 3.5 – 4 hours
Zungulila 3.5 hours

…or fly again!
There is a private airstrip close to Kapamba Bushcamp, which services private charters only. Please enquire with us for more information.

Flight connections

Proflight Zambia connects Mfuwe with Livingstone Airport (for Victoria Falls) and Jeki and Royal Airports in the Lower Zambezi. At some times of year, these flights may include a touchdown in Lusaka; in high season, they are often direct.

Connections are also available to Lilongwe in Malawi, and onwards to Lake Malawi. For flights to Malawi, you will need to pay the airport departure tax. This is approximately US$35.00 per person but is subject to change.


Currently most visitors to Zambia are required to pay for an entry visa. Please check with your travel agent or local Zambian Consulate/Embassy for details.

Flight information

There is a 23kg/50lb luggage allowance restriction per person on all flights to and from Mfuwe Airport (packed in soft bags).


At a time when commercialisation seems to have tightened its grip on most of the world, Zambia remains true to its roots. This is the real Africa, with all the charm, beauty and occasional challenges that this entails.

In Zambia, mother nature is queen. From the thundering cascades of Victoria Falls to the untouched bush of the South Luangwa, the little-explored Bangweulu Swamps to the wild Lower Zambezi, the country is a tribute to the awe-inspiring diversity of the natural world and a wildlife lover’s dream.

The country gained its independence from the British in 1964. While English is still the official national language, Zambia’s remoteness and sense of identity has ensured that traditional culture remains strong. Ancient ceremonies are still observed among the different tribal groups, and Zambians are well known for their artistic skills using local ceramics and traditional textile designs.

Key facts

Capital: Lusaka
Population: 11.5 million
Area: 752,610 sq km
Language: English, plus numerous other languages
Currency: Zambian Kwacha (KW)
Time: GMT + 2
International dialing code: +260
Climate: Tropical, with varying temperatures according to altitude. The rainy season runs from November to April.