Island Bush Camp, South Luangwa, Zambia
A Lodge or Hotel in Zambia
South Luangwa National Park, Zambia
Per Person Per Night
A member of the
Island Bush Camp offers untouched wilderness and walking safaris in the heart of South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. This authentic Zambian bush camp is set under the cool shade of old mahogany trees on the banks of the Luangwa River.
With views that stretch from the Chindeni hills in the Eastern corners of the Luangwa Valley to the Muchinga escarpment in the West, you are presented with the complete natural boundary of this remote and achingly beautiful wilderness. Every day is presented with new experiences and never the same.
Island Bush Camp is located around 3 hours South of Kafunta River Lodge. On the way to reach this safari bush camp you drive through the South Luangwa National Park, passing through woodland and open plains.
WHY CHOOSE ISLAND BUSH CAMP?
- Far from the well beaten tracks, Island Bush Camp offers complete solitude.
- 5 bush chalets tastefully decorated in a simple, chic bush style.
- The bush camp kitchen provides fantastic meals cooked on the wood burning stove and served in the dining area or under the Zambian night sky.
We are not accepting new enquiries at the moment!
Island Bush Camp Rates, Activities & Amenities
|2022||1 July – 31 October||–||US $ 525|
|2022||25 May – 30 June||–||US $ 525|
Rates are Per Person Per Night unless otherwise specified.
Island Bush Camp rates include: accommodation, two game-viewing activities per day, all meals and snacks, local drinks (excluding premium brands), VAT, national park entry fees and bed levies, Luangwa Conservation & Community Levy, laundry and transfers from and to Mfuwe Airport, and in between camps.
Minimum age is strictly 12 years old at time of stay. Must be in their own room or sharing with an adult, triple rooms are not available at the bush camps.
Hiking / Trekking
Island Bush Camp, Zambia
Read Island Bush Camp Reviews TripAdvisor Here
Recommended Camps Nearby
View all accommodation options in Zambia »