DIRECTOR’S HOUSE – THE BUSHCAMP COMPANY
The Director’s House is a private interconnecting two-bedroom, two-bathroom villa on the Mfuwe Lodge grounds, within walking distance of the main lodge.
It features a lovely spacious fenced garden and a private deck and swimming pool, as well as a firepit, pizza oven, and dining area.
The Director’s House, with private access, is perfect for a family or friends who enjoy privacy and solitude together.
The interconnecting rooms each include 2 twin/1 imperial king beds, spacious bathrooms with walk-in showers, sitting areas with fold-out sofas, refrigerator, and verandas looking over the lawn and swimming pool.
The game-viewing potential near the Director’s House is second-to-none. Walking safaris can be arranged on request, but most outings are game drives, allowing guests to explore as much of this prolific region of the Luangwa Valley as possible. Drives are led by our experienced team of guides, setting out at first light, and then again in the late afternoon when the wildlife is at its most active. After sundowners, spotlights are used to pick out a new cast of nocturnal creatures.
- Air conditioning
- Private swimming pool
- Bush Spa
- Curio Shop
- Phil Berry Centre – library and studio
- Outdoor Gym
- Child Friendly
- Game Drives
- Walking Safari (on request)
The Bushcamp Company operates Mfuwe Lodge, the Director’s House, and six Bushcamps, all within South Luangwa National Park.
The Bushcamp Company operates Mfuwe Lodge, KuKaya, and 6 Bushcamps in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. Mfuwe Lodge comprises 18 chalets, a 2-bedroom family unit, pool, curio shop, and spa. KuKaya has four 2-bedroom units and 1 single unit, all with additional sleeping space.
The Bushcamps are in the remote southern part of the Park, with only 4 chalets each, offering an exclusive, intimate experience. South Luangwa is the home of walking safaris, providing a perspective of the bush that you don’t get from a vehicle. Many of our guests prefer to do walking safaris each morning at our Bushcamps, and for the ultimate in walking safaris, guests can walk between several of our Bushcamps. We have extra guides and vehicles in camps, which provides flexibility for guests that may prefer to do game drives rather than walks. We can arrange private guides for clients for ultimate flexibility. The average guest stay is 7 – 10 nights at a combination of properties.
Mfuwe Lodge is perhaps best known for the elephants that walk through Reception each October, November, and December to reach the wild mango tree in the courtyard.
The Bushcamp Company is involved in 3 conservation and community projects. Through our Commit to Clean Water initiative, we have drilled nearly 300 boreholes in the Mfuwe area, bringing safe drinking water to nearly 54,000 people each day. We feed over 3800 students each day through our Meal-a-Day programme. Our Education Scholarships are assisting over 350 students to obtain primary, secondary, and tertiary education.
Please Contact us for our rates
- All meals
- Game drives
- Government taxes and levies
- Parks Entry Fees/Luangwa Conservation and Community Fund/Zambian Carnivore Programme
- Bar charges
- Items of a personal nature