Group Size: Based on Minimum 2 passengers
Chisa Busanga Camp (“The Nest”) features the local Nyanja word for “Bird’s Nest” in its name. A fitting title for a camp drawing inspiration from the weaver nests found in the area into its architecture. Four human sized birds’ nests have been raised up into the tree tops, blending into their surroundings and offering great views out over the flood plains. Following the example set by Ila Safari Lodge, Chisa Busanga Camp offers the Silent Safaris product. All game drives will be operated on electric game drive vehicles, using top of the range safari conversions, all solar-powered. The Silent Safari experience boasts greater game sightings, closer birdlife interactions and the sounds of the bush; all without the constant rumble nor carbon emissions of a diesel powered safari.
Day 1 – Kafue National Park
On arrival at Lusaka Airport you will join your light aircraft scheduled flight to Kafue. Please note that the are baggage restrictions on light aircraft flights. On landing you will be met by a representative of the camp and transferred. The afternoon is free to relax or if time permits a game activity. (D)
Chisa Busanga Camp (“The Nest”) lies on a beautiful island in the heart of the Busanga Plains, Kafue National Park, Zambia; overlooking vast flood plains and dambos that teem with wildlife. The flood plains are mostly inaccessible from November to May as rainfall causes the water level to rise and turns the plains into a flooded paradise. As the water levels subside a vast floodplain crisscrossed by a network of small tributaries is exposed. Accessibility returns in May, making Busanga a seasonal destination, open from June-November. Its remoteness and the most remarkable sunrises as mist rises from the drying floodplain guarantee a magical experience. Signature sightings for this area are tree climbing lions and the red lechwe leaping the small streams. Plentiful Lichtenstein’s hartebeest, buffalo and wildebeest provide for some of the best predator (cheetah, wild dog, lion and leopard) action anywhere in Africa. For the practicing ornithologist, the park boasts a number of endemics, such as Chaplin’s barbet, amongst over 450 other species.
Day 2 to Day 3 - Kafue National Park
Enjoy the various activities that are available from the camp. These include day and night game drives and walking safaris. (BLD)
Day 4 - End of your Chisa Busanga Camp Stay
This morning after breakfast you will be transferred to the local airstrip for your return flight to Lusaka and then your onward arrangements. (B)
Dates and Pricing
Prices shown are per person based on twin share. Seasonal supplements and minimum night requirement may apply. Solo traveller and extra night prices available on request. Luggage restrictions may apply. International flights not included.