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Mayukuyuku Bush Camp

Are you thinking of a safari in Zambia? Maybe you have some national parks in mind? The Kafue National Park and particularly Mayukuyuku Bush Camp is an ideal choice for serious wildlife enthusiasts and birders looking to find probably the widest variety of species in Africa. Do you prefer a small, intimate, rustic bush camp with just 4 en-suite luxury tents overlooking the Kafue River, with quality comforts and excellent freshly prepared food, then Mayukuyuku should be on your list.

If your passion is for photography, or to see this wide variety of mammals, 4 of the Big Five, Cheetah, Wild Dog, 15 different antelope species, more than 450 recorded birds, trees, butterflies and insects in a variety of different landscapes - many not found in any other Zambian parks, our little bush camp can tick many of these boxes.

The great advantage of the Kafue is its size and the Kafue River. The park is massive, and the Kafue River can be enjoyed all year round as it never dries up. You are unlikely to see another vehicle on game drives, nor another boat when on the river game viewing or fishing – this means you have your own little piece of paradise. You can take your time to feel the true ambience of the wild thickets and woodlands, open plains and rocky outcrops.

Also, if you wish to see other areas of the park it is well worth concentrating a whole holiday here split over maybe 2 weeks. Kafue Camps & Safaris can assist with building a package to include the North – Busanga Plains, south near Lake Itezhi Tezhi and Nanzhila Plains.

Please note that Mayukuyuku stays open all year, is right inside the park, opposite a beautiful island and we do NOT charge our single travellers a single supplement. We have an excellent 6-night stay “on offer” also.

Address:
Kafue National Park

Cell (Whatsapp):
+260 977 721 284

Email:
info@kafuecamps.com

Website:
www.kafuecamps.com

GPS Coordinates:
14 degrees 54.6 South and 26 degrees 03.5 East

Kafue National Park

Read more about the Kafue National Park and see what it has to offer.