Kafue National Park
Musekese Camp in the Northern part of Kafue National Park sits under a canopy of riverine vegetation. Overlooking a large floodplain, guests can sit back and observe the diverse and large congregations of wildlife. From the comfort of the chalet or whilst having a drink on the deck, herds of elephant gather to drink and wallow while hundreds of antelope use the water daily, always watchful for one of the resident lion prides in the area.
Morning and afternoon game drives as well as walking safaris will ensure incredible wildlife sightings. The area has good concentrations of both Lion and Leopard with a fantastic array of other species. The diversity of the open plains combined with dense riverine bush ensures a great variety of sightings.
The camp itself comprises four traditionally thatched chalets, all complete with comfortable beds, luxury linens and locally sourced furnishings. Open air en-suite bathrooms with traditional wood warmed bucket showers and flushing toilets combine style with practicality for a comfortable stay.
The main lounge area at Musekese is under a cool, thatch roof, providing shade in the heat of the day where guests can relax with a book from the library or an ice cold drink. The large main area deck, which extends into the dambo provides excellent game viewing and bird-watching opportunities. The deck is often used as a stunning site for dinner under the stars.
The cuisine at any safari camp is of always important and at Musekese Camp this has been taken to the next level. A Michelin-star trained chef creates bespoke menu’s and trains the local kitchen staff.
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Explore more of the Kafue and explore Ntemwa Busanga Camp. If you would prefer a combination package the have a look at our 9 day Northern Explorer tour of Kafue National Park.
For more information on Kafue National Park and the ongoing conservation efforts, visit Game Rangers International as well as the Zambian Carnivore program.