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.
Tafika Camp Highlights
Tafika Camp offers a magnificent location underneath the trees in the Luangwa Valley in the South Luangwa National Park; offering spectacular views as well as one of the most beautiful, untouched wildlife sanctuaries in Africa. The South Luangwa National Park is known for offering exceptional wildlife viewing as well as incredible bird life. Tafika Camp offers a relaxed and friendly atmosphere and caters for a maximum of 12 guests at a time, making this camp small and personal. The Luangwa is renowned for its walking safaris and at Tafika guests can experience some of the best walking safaris in Zambia, if not Africa. All game activities are lead by experienced and professional guides.
- Accommodation is in the form of six reed chalets, each with a view over the wide Luangwa River.
- Lion and leopard are frequently seen here and night drives are great for honey badgers, porcupine, white-tailed mongoose and civet.
- There are adventurous walking trails available and a special safari can be taken in a micro-light for a birds-eye view of the park.
Tafika Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The South Luangwa National Park hosts a wide variety of wildlife, birds and diverse and lush vegetation. The now famous 'walking safari' originated in South Luangwa National Park and is still one of the finest ways to experience this pristine wilderness first hand. There are 60 different animal species and over 400 different bird species in the park. Guests can expect to see large elephant herds, reaching up to 70 in number. Buffalo are abundant and spread throughout the valley as well as hippos can frequently be seen along the river banks. Zebra can be seen running in small herds of about a dozen. Thornicroft's Giraffe is unique to Luangwa Valley and should be easily spotted. The park has 14 different antelope species, most of which are easily seen on game and night drives. Perhaps the most beautiful is the Kudu, with its majestic spiral horns and delicate face. Although fairly common, they're not always easy to find due to their retiring habits and preference for dense bush.
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