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Three Rivers Camp

Three Rivers Camp is the latest addition to Kafunta Safaris’ portfolio — set at the confluence of the Luangwa, Kapamba and Lusangazi Rivers on the border of the Malama Chiefdom and the South Luangwa National Park.
Daily activities include bush walks and morning game drives as well as short evening game drives. The walking safaris are the main star of the show. They provide an intimate view of the landscape, the amazing animals large and small, and information about the unique African ecosystems. South Luangwa National Park is host to an amazing, diverse group of animals, and you’ll want to see them all. At a safe and guarded distance, you may encounter elephants, giraffes, waterbuck and perhaps the relatively rare roan antelope, as well as lions, leopards and wild dogs.

Three Rivers Camp is exquisitely intimate with only five spacious tents, elegantly decorated with natural materials and earthy hues. Each tent has large gauzed windows and its own wooden deck, embracing the extensive views. All are comfortably furnished with double beds and cushy chairs, and en-suite bathrooms with a double basin, toilet, and both indoor and outdoor showers. -----The unique feature of the camp is that each tent has its own private sleep out. Spend a night on the plush star beds, surrounded only by the sights and sounds of the African bush.

The lounge and dining area are tucked into the forest along the riverbank. Keep your camera handy, because you’ll want to take a few snaps of the wallowing hippos and snapping crocodiles that frequent the river banks, not to mention African Skimmers and colourful bee-eaters. Three River's kitchen provides delicious meals: a sumptuous buffet for brunch and elegant, candlelit dinners served by the river. The outdoor fireplace is the best place to relax after dinner, sipping a local brew, taking in the night skies, and listening to lions roaring in the distance.

South Luangwa National Park

Read more about South Luangwa National Park and see what it has to offer. 

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