The name ‘Kasabushi’ is KiKaonde for an ‘Otter, Kasabushi is a Bush Camp with a heart that is located in the central sector of the Kafue National Park. The camp has opened up a stunning area of the Kafue National Park that had been out of bounds for many years but it is now there to be enjoyed and explored by those wanting to visit an undiscovered part of the Zambian bush. Guests can enjoy the park and its game loops day and night because the camp is within the heart of the park. Kasabushi Campsite has proved extremely popular with self-drivers since it opened in 2014. Only 500m from the Spinal Road but right by the Kafue River guests enjoy exploring the park as well as relaxing within it. Guests enjoy good home-cooked meals, light lunches, afternoon teas all served at a time to suit them. Kasabushi Camp is solar powered; the lighting, water pumps and appliances all run on sunshine so it is quiet and there’s a ready stock of cold drinks and ice. Kasabushi Camp is situated on a stunning and interesting part of the Kafue River with no neighboring camps. Being within the Kafue National Park it can be enjoyed by guests all day and night.
- Day Game Drives
- Fishing - Catch and release
- Guided Walks
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Kafue National Park
Kafue National Park, one of the largest in Africa, has many varied habitats: the Kafue, Lufupa and Lunga rivers with adjoining peaceful stretches of riverine vegetation, dambos and wetlands, extensive miombo woodland with seasonal floodplains and swampland in the north. Owing to this diversity, Kafue is blessed in wildlife.
- Kafue epitomises all the remote, wild and diverse characteristics of the Zambian wilderness
- The vast Busanga Plains are perhaps the prime wildlife viewing destination in the country
- Despite its remoteness, Kafue is easily accessible from both Lusaka and Livingstone