Kafue National Park Kafue National Park, one of the largest parks in Africa, offers an incredible diverse viewing of wildlife from lions to cheetah, wild dogs to crocs. The "jewel" in the crown of the park is Busanga Plains - a flood land submerged for part of the year, and come May, an irresistible herbivore paradise attracting herds of buffalo, red lechwe, puku and roan antelope.
Dawn at Busanga Bush Camp in Kafue National Park looks out across mist rising off the Busanga Plains, herds of puku and lechwe grazing, Crowned Cranes picking their way through the long grass and the sun rising behind them. Located in the epicentre of a pristine wilderness mosaic this small tented camp epitomises the concept of 'wild' while delivering exciting wildlife encounters and incredible birding.Learn more »
Placed on the edge of a 'tree island' overlooking the Busanga Plains, Kapinga Camp offers a unique, isolated wilderness experience. Surrounded by open floodplains dotted with palm and fig tree-filled islands, wildlife and bird life is abundant and diverse.Learn more »
As they dry up, the Busanga Plains attracts herds of lechwe, puku, wildebeest - and their predators: lion, cheetah and wild dog. And Shumba Camp stands in the centre of this wildlife paradise, with its view stretching 360 degrees across the plains to the miombo woodland in the hazy distance.Learn more »