Kaingu Safari Lodge
There is all manner of adventures possible in the unspoilt wilderness where you'll find Kaingu Safari Lodge.
In the heart of the Namwala Game Management Area, Kaingu lodge gives you exclusive access to areas previously unreachable within Kafue National Park. The park, opposite Kaingu, is accessible via a 10-minute boat trip. Kaingu's unique location on the banks of the mighty Kafue River makes for the perfect backdrop to the authentic African Bush adventure of your dreams! Kaingu Safari Lodge offers the widest variety of activities in the Kafue National Park for you to enjoy. There's truly something for every desire: river cruises, fishing trips, canoeing, walking safaris, game drives, specialist birding excursions, and visits to the local village school which is supported by Kaingu.
The scenery is spectacular and varied and the pace of your day is set by you. Not in the mood for an activity? Simply relax by the river where pods of hippos, crocodiles and elephants are regularly encountered as well as a wide variety of bird-life and antelope species.
Accommodation consists of six Meru-style tented chalets, each boasting a private wooden deck and overlooking the Kafue River. The tents have stylish en-suite bathrooms with both an indoor shower and an open-air shower. Kaingu also has a family chalet with two ensuite bedrooms and a lounge leading onto a large balcony with a view of the river; ideal for a family or group of up to five. Within walking distance of the main building are three beautifully appointed grassy campsites by rapids.
Each site has its own washroom area, hot running water, a kitchen sink, cooking pits, and a thatched shelter area. Back at the main building, the exquisite redwood deck positioned under the forest canopy, above the River, provides the main focal point of the lodge. Sit back and relax in their lounge, at the bar or in the dining area. Fresh and inventive menus are updated seasonally to ensure that your tastes are always looked after. At night, join other guests by the communal fire-pit on the deck for a cocktail and safari stories.