In a remote corner of the South Luangwa National Park lies Kapamba, a camp that combines the isolation and superb game-viewing opportunities of a true bushcamp. Set on the banks of the shallow, spring-fed eponymous river, Kapamba is surrounded by some of the park's richest wildlife. Watching an elephant take a dip in the river can be quite an experience when you're lounging in your own private plunge pool. The camp features four spacious and comfortable river-facing, open-fronted thatch and screed guest chalets. The central bar and dining area is thatched and positioned under a huddle of matumi and sausage trees which in turn leads to a wide deck that is also used for dining and offers superb river views. Stay at Kapamba Camp and explore the rich biodiversity of South Luangwa National Park!
The comfortable, open-fronted chalets feature attractive wrought iron gates that are drawn across in the evenings to protect guests from any unwanted night visitors. The en-suite bathrooms have a double-sized sunken stone bath and twin showers. The bathrooms are open-fronted, so that guests are able to unwind in a hot tub overlooking the Kapamba River.
From Kapamba guests can explore the rich diversity of the surrounding area on guided morning and afternoon walks or day and night game drives. The river itself can also be used for a cool wade through the crystal waters or a scenic riverside sundowner.