Where is Mwamba Bush Camp, South Luangwa

Mwamba Bush Camp is in a remote and prolific game area inside the South Luangwa National Park of eastern Zambia.

Mwamba Bush Camp is in an area with terrain that varies tremendously, from wide open plains interspersed with short grass woodland to Combretum thickets and the Mwamba River. It is excellent for walking safaris and game drives.

The South Luangwa is one of Africa's most unspoiled places, wild and remote and full of animals. Walking safaris were pioneered here and all the lodges in South Luangwa offer this traditional type of safari exploration. Night drives are allowed in South Luangwa and are renowned for seeing both lion and leopard, along with a number of other nocturnal animals.

Getting There

The South Luangwa National Park in Zambia is serviced by Mfuwe Airport, with daily connections from Lusaka, Livingstone and other parks in Zambia, as well as from neighbouring countries. Transfer time to Mwamba Camp from Mfuwe Airport is 2 hours, mostly through the park so keep your eyes open for animals on you way to camp. Walking time between Mwamba Camp and Kaingo Camp takes approximately 3 hours.

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