Mfuwe Lodge - The Bushcamp Company

Address: The Bushcamp Company, South Luangwa National Park, Zambia | Lodge
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This lodge is located on The Bushcamp Company, South Luangwa National Park.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsMfuwe Lodge - The Bushcamp Company South Luangwa National Park

    Reviewed by ridgerover533

    The best lodge in South Luangwa National Park

    by (8 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    Excellent lodge in South Luangwa National park. Rooms are large with balconies. The lodge is flanked by the lagoon with a big herd of Hippos floating around all day. They graze at night and return early morning,grunting loudly. On the other lagoon side the bushveld spreads out and offers views of Elephants and Impala grazing.
    The lodge has large open areas for dining and lounging around. This is the lodge which is visited in November by an Elephant for the Mangoes. Sometimes a little Elephant also comes along.
    The lodge includes two game drives each day. The guides are excellent.
    All meals are included and the meals are of very good quality. The staff very friendly .

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Mfuwe Lodge - The Bushcamp Company South Luangwa National Park

    5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from South Luangwa National Park

    Day two at Mfuwe very interesting sightings

    A travel blog entry by ridgerover533 on Nov 24, 2015

    8 photos

    South Luangwa National Park is one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world.The concentration of animals around the Luangwa River, and its oxbow lagoons, is among the most intense in Africa.The Luangwa River is a major river system in Africa and flows through the 9059 km of the Park. The Park hosts a wide variety of wildlife, birds and …

    Big George

    A travel blog entry by borneoprincess on Nov 24, 2015

    9 photos

    We were awake at 5 and getting ready when we had a knock on our door. Thinking it was just our regular wake up call, we responded that we were up. He pounded again and we finally figured out what he was telling us - there was an elephant in reception! Well, watch 2 women move! George was the bull elephant absolutely inhaling the mango seeds left by …

    Travel day

    A travel blog entry by borneoprincess on Nov 22, 2015

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    Travel day. Woke 6 ish to the sounds of thunder. It rained, thundered and lighteninged when we were on the Zambezi Queen, or so I am told, as I slept through it all. In Livingstone the insects had predicted rain and they were right. It certainly cleaned the air and cooled things down considerably. We were transported to the airport and took a …

    Spot The Difference

    A travel blog entry by peteandal on Mar 03, 2015

    12 photos

    ... by the pool, oh yeh sure- there's a pool! So not real "rags". After some tea and cake we headed out with David, two American women and Hannah from Germany on our forth game drive.

    We saw a big family of 12 elephants with a tiny baby and a few other infants which was awesome. Another amazing part was "the Party on the plain". We stopped on this huge green open plain and saw so many animals all together- hyena, elephants, impala, hippo, crowned crane, zebras, kudu and buffalo, ...

    Looking up at 7 Lions, Leopard hunt -All Day James

    A travel blog entry by malonetravels2 on Jul 29, 2014

    167 photos

    ... group with cooks in aprons, building a fire, tables with tablecloths and the whole nine yards. Pretty sure it was a Norman Carr safari vehicle. We continued on and got to see an immature fish eagle up close. It did not have all the coloration of an adult and James said they usually do not get all their coloration until after seven years.

    Saw some marabou stork fishing and then stopped under a baobab tree and got to taste the flavor of the ...