Kaingo Camp offers fantastic game viewing in South Luangwa National Park - Home of the walking safari in Zambia. Accommodation is in chalets nestled on the Luangwa River.
Situated within the South Luangwa National Park, Kaingo Camp overlooks the Luangwa Deep River that offers exciting game viewing opportunities. This Zambia safari lodge was built by owner Derek Shenton and sports personal touches of the Shenton family, from the practical design and layout to the local farm produce.
Special features of this Zambia safari lodge are its unique animal-watching hides. The Elephant and Hippo hides offer spectacular close-up photography opportunities and unobtrusive observation of animals in their natural environment. The BBC used Kaingo's Hippo hide when filming their Wild Africa Series, and they caught a Crocodile attacking a Buffalo on film.
It makes perfect sense that while staying at Kaingo Camp, you take a 3 hour walk to Mwamba Camp and stay over to enjoy the unique environs and character of both camps. Game viewing at this Zambia safari lodge is intensive along the Luangwa River, while the open plains and mopane forests at Mwamba Camp offer a different environment.