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After undergoing major renovations in 2016, Musekese Camp has reopened in a stunning area known as ‘Eden’ in a previously unused corner of Kafue National Park.
Surrounded by riverine trees overlooking a lagoon, the camp’s unique remoteness offers a wonderfully tranquil atmosphere and excellent wildlife viewing.
The camp is owned and run by the incredibly enthusiastic and passionate Phil and Tyrone, who have worked hard to create an authentic bush experience while protecting the national park. There are just four simple thatched chalets, constructed with canvas walls, wide mesh windows and reed thatched roofs.
You can sit on your private wooden deck overlooking the lagoon, or head out along a sandy path to the split-level wooden deck with sweeping views over the plain. In both spots you’ll have a fantastic chance of spotting wildlife by the water below.
For even better wildlife viewing, there is treehouse hide near the camp. It is raised high to allow elephants to walk beneath and it’s an incredible way to get up close and personal with these majestic creatures.
You can head out on an intimate walking safari with the camp’s expert guides, walking along the lagoon to spot elephants and antelope, and crossing the river into an area of the park that is only accessible on foot.
You also have the option of going further afield on a game drive to spot cheetah, lions, zebras, hippos, sable, Cape wild dogs and an abundance of birdlife.