Kapinga Camp, Kafue National Park

Kapinga Camp is situated in the Petel Concession, on the edge of the Busanga Plains and consists of 3 luxury tents

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About Kapinga Camp

Kapinga Camp is situated in the extreme north of the Kafue National Park, and the north-west corner of the Busanga Plains. Kafue is one of the largest national parks in Africa, while the Busanga Plains is one of Zambia's most significant wetland resources, and one of the few areas in the world that remain unspoilt by human development.

Kapinga Camp is designed to blend in with the environment and natural products have been used as much as possible in the construction of the camp. Interiors are spacious and have all the modern conveniences that one would wish for. With only three luxury safari tents accommodating a maximum of 6 guests, one can be assured of exceptional personal attention.

Guests can take part in game drives and walking safaris in and around the plains, while night drives offer the added excitement of the nocturnal wonders of the area. All these are led by qualified guides who are extremely knowledgeable about the area and its wildlife. Kapinga is perfectly situated to see large numbers of plains game and their predators, including leopards, wild dogs, cheetah and prides of lion up to 20 strong.

The Kafue is a vast wilderness area and driving is not advised. Therefore access is by air, with flights coming into the Lunga airstrip. Flying time is less than 2 hours, from Livingstone and Lusaka. On landing at Lunga, there is a three-hour game drive/transfer to the camp.