Kuyenda Bush Camp is set beneath shady trees by the Manzi River in Zambia’s South Luangwa Valley. Even though it is a really simple camp, Kuyenda embodies the authentic charm of old Africa. There is something undeniably special about it. Being a seasonal camp, it needs to be taken down at the beginning of the rainy season and rebuilt again at the start of the dry season each year.
Kuyenda Camp consists of three twin chalets (2 queen beds) and one king (king bed) in a cluster of traditional thatched grass huts and its back-to-nature feel.
Kuyenda’s intimate atmosphere is only enhanced by the extraordinary couple who regularly run the camp – the ever-hospitable Babette Alfieri and Phil Berry, one of Zambia’s most experienced guides. No one knows Kuyenda like they do, and no one will make you feel more welcome.
The wildlife abound and guests can literally just sit in the camp’s lounge and watch as the drama of the African wilderness plays out each day in the grasses of the surrounding plain.
Twice daily guided walking safaris are the best way toexplore the rich diversity of the surrounding area. With some of the South Luangwa’s most diverse and breathtaking landscape situated around Kuyenda Camp, no two outings will ever be the same.