Kafue National Park covers a massive area in western Zambia. It’s known for its abundant wildlife and the Kafue River, running north to south through the park. In the north, the fertile Busanga Plains are home to lions, zebras, abundant birdlife and the sycamore fig trees of Busanga Swamps. In the more remote south, elephants and antelopes roam the Nanzhila Plains, and hippos swim in the waters of Lake Itezhi-Tezhi.
Follow the wind to the Kafue national park - A place of luxury spots in the middle of nowhere. Stay at Konkamoya lodge, a place of Four luxurious tents furnished in a colonial style able to accommodate up to 8 guests. A purposefully small number of explorers with a passion for Nature who will be lead on a voyage of discovery of the African Bush. When exploring the bush with us a fantastic discovery is behind every corner: stopping for the sundown at only a few meters from a big heard of elephants or enjoying lunch time with a pack of wild dogs playing just in front of the Lapa. The Itezhi – Tezhi lake promises great new horizons for bird watching aficionados and is a big attraction for the rich wildlife of the Southern Kafue, the wildest and still undiscovered section of this amazing National Park. Alternatively, stay at Ila lodge. Ila Safari Lodge has 10 state of the art luxury safari tents perched each on their own deck reaching out over the banks of the Kafue River. Included in our 10 top-notch tents are two larger family suites. Each tent has been individually designed to mesh with the flora surrounding it providing shade, privacy and your very own piece of Kafue wilderness.