Situated in a particularly remote corner of South Luangwa National Park, Kapamba Camp perches on the banks of the shallow river from which it gets its name.
Exclusive luxury is the hallmark of its four spacious chalets. Two chalets come with two queen-size beds and and one has a king-size bed. Comfortably appointed and uniquely designed, each room comes with en-suite bathroom facilities offering twin showers and double-sized sunken stone baths facing the open-front. The chalets open to the river on one side with broad verandas nearly stretching to the water’s edge while a wrought iron gate is drawn across the front at night to prevent unwanted animal visitors.
The camp is set on the banks of a the Kapamba River located in South Luangwa National Park. This world-famous wildlife haven centers around the Luangwa River. Its historic virility stems from its topography. The Muchinga Escarpment forms the park’s western and northwestern boundaries, sloping steeply down to the river from the west side. The river valley, continued to the west by the Lunsemfwa River valley, forms a natural barrier, and to this day there are no man-made roads spanning the valley. The Park enjoys a dense animal population including Impalas, pukus, waterbucks, giraffes, and buffaloes grazing on the plains. A high number of leopards stalk the dense woodlands, while herds of elephant wade through the marshes and hippos play in the Luangwa River. There are about 400 bird species recorded in the Park.