Kapinga Tented Camp
At 22 500 sq km, Kafue National Park is one of the largest National Parks in Africa. In the extreme north of the Kafue lie the Busanga Plains, which covers an area of approximately 750 sq km. Kapinga Bush Camp is located in the heart of this wildlife paradise.
The Plains are home to thousands of red lechwe, ubiquitous puku, stately roan and sable as well as the diminutive oribi and duiker. The Defassa waterbuck, herds of tsessebe, hartebeest, zebra and buffalo are also often seen.
Kapinga Bush 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, which has attractive and spacious interiors.
You can take part in game drives and walking safaris, while night drives offer an exhilarating experience in the dark. For those interested in birding, the park has 491 species, including endemics such as Chaplin’s barbet.
Kapinga Bush Camp is situated in the Busanga Plains which lies in the northern part of the 22 500 square km Kafue National Park, one of the largest national parks in Zambia.