Island Bush Camp is a small rustic bush camp situated underneath the trees on the banks of the Luangwa River in Zambia. Island Bush Camp offers a personalised safari experience in a remote area teeming with wildlife. Lions are plentiful and often roam in prides of up to thirty and leopard viewing is good. Island Bush Camp is a seasonal camp and is open from May to November and the emphasis is on offering guests exclusive walking safaris combined with magnificent views and superb service. The chalets are basic yet comfortable and offer en-suite facilities and private verandas. Island Bush Camp is situated in the southern section of the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia and offers peace and tranquility. Guests can enjoy romantic candlelight dinners under the stars.
The South Luangwa National Park offers large concentrations of big game and incredible birding. The park offers fantastic bird-watching with 400 species on offer including the elegant crowned cranes, Pelicans, the saddle bill stork, great white egrets, black headed herons, open billed storks and the goliath heron. A highlight for bird-watchers is the hundreds of brightly coloured carmine bee-eaters nesting in the sandy banks of the river. The Thornicroft's Giraffe is unique to Luangwa Valley as well as the Cookson's wildebeest. South Luangwa National Park has 14 different antelope species; the largest of the antelope is the eland. The most commonly seen antelope is the impala. Other antelope species include the Puku and the Kudu, Reedbuck, roan, sable, hartebeest, grysbok, klipspringer and oribi. Hyenas are fairly common throughout the valley and can be heard most nights. South Luangwa National Park also has a good population of leopard however very elusive. Lions are plentiful and often roam in prides of up to thirty. Other carnivores present but not often seen include caracal, wild dog, serval and side-striped jackal. The Luangwa River also has a high number of hippopotamuses as well as crocodiles. Night drives are exciting and many nocturnal species may be seen, like Genets, civets, servals, hyenas, and bushbabies as well as owls, nightjars, the foraging hippos, honey badgers and lion.
Chikoko Walking Trails offers a unique experience in the South Luangwa National Park; an area famous for offering the best walking safaris in Africa. Chikoko Walking Trails are conducted in a remote and unspoiled area, rich in wildlife and birdlife.
Chinengwe Riverbed Camp is a tented camp situated in the Luamfwa Concession in the southern sector of the South Luangwa National Park. It is a welcome destination on the Kalamu Trails course, where guests will be accommodated in dome-style tents on the river banks.
Tafika Camp is a small, intimate camp situated in the Luangwa Valley in the South Luangwa National Park. Tafika Camp offers only 6 chalets catering for a maximum of 12 guests; each chalet has an en-suite shower and toilet as well as a covered veranda.
Nsefu Camp offers a remote and exclusive safari experience in the heart of the Nsefu sector in South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. Nsefu Camp was famous for offering superb photographic safaris 50 years ago and it still is.
Mfuwe Lodge offers luxury and comfort in the magnificent South Luangwa National Park. Guests at Mfuwe can enjoy outstanding service, incredible game-viewing opportunities, as well as, thrilling game activities.
Flatdogs Camp is a relaxed and friendly camp in the remote South Luangwa National Park and caters for families as well as guests looking for a fantastic value-for-money-safari experience in this part of Zambia. Flatdogs is ideal for children.
Spend your honeymoon exploring all of the wonders of Botswana and the majestic Victoria Falls while staying at "romantic" safari lodges. Visit the Makgadikgadi Pans, the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe and Vic Falls.
Enjoy an 8-night luxury and exclusive safari in Botswana and Victoria Falls. You'll explore the Delta, wildlife reserves teeming with the Big 5 and the majestic Vic Falls. A great itinerary for newlyweds and die-hard romantics.