Busanga Plains Camp is located deep in the heart of the famous Busanga Plains in the north of beautiful Kafue National Park. The Busanga Plain is 720km2 of palm groves, papyrus-choked reed beds and lily-covered lagoons representing one of the few wetland wildernesses in the world − a place where authentic African wildlife thrives, and the safari experience is second to none.
A wide variety of species is found on the plains including lion, buffalo, hippopotamus, lechwe, side-striped jackal, and blue wildebeest. In addition, large numbers of elephants and almost 500 bird species are recorded; watch for roan antelope and the rare oribi antelope.
The raised boma (communal area), with open campfire and dining area, is rustic, informal and overlooks the openness of the plains, only interrupted by tree studded islands where fig trees and wild date palms draw their nutrients from the remains of giant anthills. Relax and enjoy a refreshing dip in the pool or sunbathe on the wooden deck whilst overlooking the surrounding wetlands. A wooden viewing platform on stilts tucked away high up in the characteristic fig tree above the boma offers a breath-taking view directly onto the floodplain.
The camp consists of 4 luxury safari tents with en-suite open air bathrooms with flushing toilets and bucket showers, each one overlooking the Busanga Plains.
Activities include game drives and nature walks
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