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Kapamba Bush Camp

For those wanting to travel the 'emerald season' when the bushes are literally an exquisite emerald green, Kapamba Bush Camp is the only bush camp to remain open in this area from April to January, which means that the eight guests at this solar-powered camp will experience absolute privacy and a truly authentic safari experience in one of the world's most exciting game viewing regions.

The river is spring-fed and is always a hive of activity, all of which can be seen from the main deck and dining area which is shaded by a cluster of sausage and matumi trees.

Staff have also been seen to serve G&T's to guests in the middle of the river itself where they can sit at sundown, feet dipped in the cool shallows. At night, each of the open-fronted chalets has clever wrought-iron shutters drawn across the front, allowing you to enjoy the sounds of the night without worrying about nocturnal animals drifting in while you sleep.
Day and night safaris are always on the go, but this region of Zambia is the home of the walking safari and it really is a rare privilege to walk in a national park. Pioneered by Norman Carr in the Sixties and with some of the finest guides on hand to lead and explore with guests, it's the best way to see, feel and hear the real African wilderness.

The focus of these walks is different to drives - learn how to identify plants, tracks and dung or spot new birds. Tea porters are valuable members of the walking party too, carrying refreshments for a scenic stop along the way.

Kapuma's safari experience is personal because the camp is so intimate, so guests are likely to experience a very real African adventure here without compromising on life's little comforts.

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