Kuyenda Bushcamp

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Kuyenda Bushcamp, South Luangwa National Park, Zambia

Kuyenda Bushcamp is surrounded by diverse landscapes including salt pans, dry river beds, mopane woodland, the Luangwa River and open plains. The bushcamp comprises 3 twin rondavels (queen size beds), and 1 double rondavel (king size bed). Each chalet is made of thatch and grass and has an en-suite with a shower, double vanity, toilet and bathroom amenities. Hot water is supplied on request.

In Zambia’s iconic South Luangwa National Park, The Bushcamp Company operates six exclusive bushcamps in the remote south of the park, as well as the award-winning Mfuwe Lodge just inside the main park gate. Set out from any of these secluded, intimate camps and you will be guaranteed an unrivalled wildlife experience. With no other camps in the area and not traversed by any other vehicles, each camp is intimate and offers an authentic Zambian safari in stylishly appointed chalets.

Night Safari

Day and night 4x4 game drives available at all camps

Walking Safaris

Walking safaris in the place they were pioneered, an intimate experience with the bush that allows guests to feel, hear and smell Africa. Guests can wake and walk to the next camp, arriving in time for lunch. Walking between camps is best done between Chindeni, Bilimungwe, Kapamba & Zungulila. It is also possible between Chamilandu & Chindeni.

River Sundowners

Chindeni, Bilimungwe, Kapamba and Zungulila can end the day with their feet in the water, a drink in hand and a fantastic view of the remarkable Zambian sunset in cool of the Kapamba River.


Chamilandu’s hide makes for outstanding cat and bird sightings.

Breakfast by the River

Bilimungwe has a secret breakfast spot on the Luangwa River for a sunrise surprise.

Carmine Bee-Eater Colonies

October sees the arrival of carmine bee-eaters to nesting sites up and down the valley.

The simplest of the camps yet undeniably charming, epitomising the old charm of safari in Africa. 4 simple, thatched rondavels set on the edge of a grassy plain, surrounded by seemingly out of place palm trees. No two outings are the same with the diverse landscapes in walking distance of the camp, including salt pans, dry river beds, mopane woodland, the Luangwa River and open plains.

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