Book your Trip to Busanga 2023!

Busanga Plains Camp truly is one of the most magical places on Earth, tucked away in the Northern part of Kafue’s 720km² of unique wetland, it is home to Lion, Cheetah, African Buffalo, Hippo, Oribi, Roan, Lechwe, Zebra, Blue Wildebeest and herds of Elephants, and...

All in all, a wild time at Busanga Plains Camp

After a night of their low husky growls echoing throughout camp, it took me a while to realize just how close these growls were coming from until I caught sight of the lioness through the netting of my tent. On a slow and sauntering prowl just 2 meters in front of...

Let’s explore: Kafue National Park

A new dawn breaks over Kafue National Park. The early morning bird chorus and fading whoop of a hyena signal the new day as the sun creeps up over the horizon, washing the landscape in a warm hue. This is Africa.  Kafue National Park is one of the largest on the...

Serenity, Luxury, Adventure – On safari With Muso

@the_stylish_traveller_ and @alicemulo101 “Mukambi Safari Lodge meant for us Serenity, Luxury and Adventure!” Car packed with enthusiasm, girl talk and suitcases filled with style, Muso and Alice left Lusaka – destination: Mukambi. Nature was calling, and the...

Art for a Cause

Heinrich Filter has mastered the art of conservation, through mastering the art of sculpture. Sharing a lifelong love affair with the African bush, Heinrich initially opted for a career as a professional guide, fueling his appreciation for nature. Spending 12 years...

In Memory of Simba (2002-2019)

Born in Livingstone, Simba first came to the Kafue National Park when she was little more than a year old. She was exactly the same age as Robyn and Edjan’s youngest daughter, Lara. When Lara was a baby and crawling around the house, Simba would bring all kinds of...

Opening Camp on The Busanga Plains

Opening Camp on The Busanga Plains The stunning Busanga Plains form a vast wetland that is inaccessible to all vehicles for 8 months of the year, so when the season opens in July there is a window of only a few days available to build the camp before the guests...

A day in the Life of a Bush Camp

A day in the life of a bush camp 0500hrs The bush camp staff are up at 5am to get the fires lit, boil the water, prepare for breakfast and pack hot boxes for game drives with coffee, tea and muffins. 0600hrs Guests are woken with hot water for washing and make their...

Plight of the Pangolin

You may have heard of this strange, nocturnal little creature, but most have not. The plight of the Pangolin is receiving good publicity in South Africa right now and no less so here in Zambia, where last year alone the Zambian Department of National Parks and...