Mfuwe Lodge - The Bushcamp Company
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and a few other birds.
From there we moved on down the road and heard the guineas alerting. Could not see anything and drove on. But, there was something there.....a leopard. Found this out later. Something to pay attention to. If you hear the guineas alerting, don't brush them off because there were two different times on this drive that they alerted and we could not find anything and they ...
... digest much, so the dung is full of nutrients for other animals. Nothing goes wasted here!
The guides bring along coffee, tea, and cookies for the trek...we really are roughing it. We spot a large herd of African buffalo coming to the River, so walk quickly along the bank to get to a spot under a tree for viewing and snacks. The buffalo are very skittish, which is surprising given they are such large animals and there are so many. (Along ...
... from Scotland. They are very knowledgeable about birds, and know many of the species and are excited to see them. While we've been here, we've seen several African Fisher Eagle, which is the national bird of Zambia. We've also seen several varieties of stork and vultures, love birds, and green pigeon. (Which are much more attractive than the pigeons at home). There are all kinds of birds, and sometimes I feel like the guide just makes up a name when you ask. "Over there is the red ...
... by and water buffalo are along the shore, and African Eagles soar above. It's awesome. We stopped for drinks and mixed nuts along the River edge while the sun set. (We are now along the Luangwa River). While sitting, the guide heard baboons warning calls and a leopards call. So we went to explore. Given it was dark, the guide has a spotlight that he uses from the vehicles. It has a red filter on it, as not to blind the impala, which would give an ...
... love this place and come to look for something to eat very often or sometimes just pass through.
In order for visitors to be able to move inside of the campsite, especially after the sun goes down, they must be always accompanied by one of the guards who ensures that no unexpected encounters with wild animals happen. The guards always carry a massive flashlight that use to point the animals moving around the campsite.
All lodges offer day and night game drives ...