Kapamba Bushcamp

South Luangwa, Zambia

Kapamba Bushcamp

One of the more luxurious bush camps in South Luangwa, Kapamba camp boasts a fine location on the banks of the Kapamba sand river, in a remote corner of the National Park.

The Bushcamp Company runs six specialist safari camps in one of Africa's most beautiful wilderness areas, the South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. It was here that the walking safari was first pioneered, and the emphasis at each of the bush camps is very much on experiencing the African wilderness up close and on foot.

Kapamba Camp boasts a prime location on the banks of the seasonal Kapamba sand river, in a remote corner of the South Luangwa National Park. There's a network of walking trails from the camp that follow the course of the river, though you needn't leave Kapamba to experience excellent game-viewing; the waters in front of the camp attract wildlife at most times of year, and there are raised wooden decks to facilitate game-spotting.

Kapamba Camp is open April through to January. The Bushcamp Company's other camps in the South Luangwa include: Bilimungwe, Chindeni, Chamilandu, Zungulila, and Kuyenda.


Kapamba is one of the more luxurious camps in the South Luangwa. The room are spacious, beautifully-furnished, and, thanks to their open-fronts, allow for uninterrupted wildlife viewing. Each is en-suite with generously sized sunken stone baths and walk-in showers.


Meals are served on the main deck overlooking the river. Kapamba has a well-stocked bar.


- Dining area and bar
- Viewing decks


- Game drives
- Walking safaris

Child Policy

Kapamba accommodates families with children aged 12 and over. Younger children can be accommodated if the camp is booked privately.