A simple small camp located on an island of fig and sausage trees in the Busanga floodplains
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About Busanga Bushcamp
Busanga Bush Camp lies in the heart of the Busanga Plains, a wildlife paradise that is situated in the northern region of the Kafue National Park, one of the largest national parks in Africa. The Busanga Plains covers an area of approximately 750 square kilometres and is one of Zambia's most significant wetland resources and also one of the few areas in the world that remain untouched by development and human activity.
Busanga Bush Camp, in the north-western section of the Busanga, is about as 'wild' as you can get in today's world, with an unfenced mosaic of expansive, grassy, seasonal floodplains and "dambos" (open grassy areas that will sometimes fill up with rainwater).
The camp caters for six guests in three well-appointed rooms, with wall-to-wall views of the spectacular wildlife that frequents the plain in front of the camp. The dining and bar area are under the shady canopy of majestic trees. Generally, dinners are served under the stars overlooking the floodplains, or indoors.