In a quiet corner of the South Luangwa National Park, under towering mahogany trees lies Bilimungwe Bush Camp. With strong African influences the lodge is stylishly designed and provides comfortable accommodation while enjoying your safari.
Raised above the ground on wooden decking, Bilimungwe's main area is centred round a shady lounge, ideal for midday relaxation as you look out from your vantage point across to the waterholes and wildlife beyond. Guests are also provided with a dining area and bar, all under a quaint thatched roof and flanked by mahogany and winterthorn trees.
Guests are made to feel at home with 4 large chalets that sit under the welcome shade of more mahogany trees. The rooms reflect their surroundings in their natural decor, with walls built of cane and reed and thatched roofs rising high. These natural hues are juxtaposed by bright African textiles that bring splashes of colour to the comfortable rooms. Mosquito nets are provided over the beds and behind a reed wall guests will find a bathroom with flush toilet and waterfall shower.
How to get to Bilimungwe Bushcamp
1hr10 min flight from Lusaka and 4hr flight with stopover from Livingstone into Mfuwe Airport. From Mfuwe it is a 45 minute drive to Mfuwe Lodge for refreshments before travelling the approximately 2.5 - 3hr drive at game viewing speed to the camp.
Activities at Bilimungwe Bushcamp
Walking safaris and day and night game drives.
A fabulous camp. The manager Katie and guide James were so welcoming. We loved it there.Read full trip review