Mfuwe Lodge - The Bushcamp Company
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... and as mentioned in the previous post, offer an open air en-suite bathroom which provides privacy from the back and sides but the side facing the river is open. It took some getting used to but once you realize the only thing that can see you is the hippos, there's no reason to be bashful.
The camp also features a very nice but simple common area which contains a lounge area, bar and communal dining table. There is also an area a bit closer to the river where you can sit ...
... the door you came in, and two over the wings. Let's go!") Both flights were smooth. Upon arrival at Mfuwe, we were met by the manager of Tena Tena, the camp we are staying at. It was about a 2 hour drive to the camp, which is located in South Luangwa National Park. Along the way he lets us know that bugalee is at 5:30AM (vacation!?!) at which point we rise and meet for breakfast by 6AM. We then depart for the morning game drive or game walk, and ...
... rate – USD 1 = ZK 5,3
After arrival in Chipata we had to split because the Peruvian guys wanted to go to Livingstone whilst we decided to proceed to the South Luangwa National Park. The green bus departs from the bus station every day at 14.00. Fortunately we had enough time to withdraw money and have lunch. We were so happy to find a burger place looking like McDonald's, however, our disappointment came in the moment when they told us they didnīt have any beef ...
... known was our guide. He knew everything there is to know about the animals and the birds we saw. For four hours we drive around the park looking at and learning about all types of animals big and small. We even found a pride of lions casually relaxing in the sunshine. They were just a couple of metres away from us in the open sided Land Rover we were in.
One of the biggest surprises for me was the Bee Eater nests we saw in the side of the ...