Busanga Bush Camp, Kafue, Zambia

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Wildlife at Busanga Bush Camp

The Busanga Plains are famed for its productive prides of lion. Other predators seen here include wild dog and cheetah which are drawn to the prolific plains game of the area. Puku, red lechwe, buffalo and wildebeest are just some of these, while a special treat is the resident herd of roan antelope. As the floodplains dry out more and more game is attracted from the surrounding woodlands and it is then that zebra numbers increase and sable venture out onto the plains. Hippo are also abundant and often found in large pods in the channels. For those interested in birding, the park boasts 491 species, including as the endemic Chaplin's barbet.


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Submitted by: Liz Hart, Oct 11, 2014

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Latest News From Busanga Bush Camp

  • Busanga Bush Camp – October 2014
    Nov 26, 2014

    Now that the water sources around Busanga Bush Camp have dried up, the more elusive cats are being sighted more frequently...

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  • Busanga Bush Camp – August 2014
    Aug 31, 2014

    Rewarding cat sightings at Busanga Bush Camp have included cheetah, leopard, lion, civet and serval…

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  • Busanga Bush Camp - July 2014
    Jul 31, 2014

    The lion activity at Busanga Bush Camp is amazing with four prides currently making their presence felt…

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ We reveled in the space, the beauty of the plains and the game viewing was terrific (wonderful guides up there, Lexon, Ferrison etc) One day, we saw ten different adult lions (and only one other car) what more do you want? ”
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Reviewed by: jcb0540, 2013.08.26