Lion Camp is a Zambian safari camp situated within the borders of the enormous (9000 sq km), South Luangwa National Park. The park is home to an array of African wildlife, including lions, elephant, buffalo, crocodile, leopard and many different plains game species. No hunting is permitted in the South Luangwa National Park, and a strong conservation ethos is observed at all times. Lion Camp ties in nicely with other parts of Zambia and can form a highlight of any Zambian safari.
Accommodation at Lion Camp
The accommodation at Lion Camp comprises of 9 tastefully furnished “canvas and thatch” chalets, therefore accommodating a maximum of just 18 guests. Each chalet has been built on stilts and features ensuite bathroom facilities, a private verandah thereby affording beautiful views.
The chalets and the main areas of the lodges are linked together by wooden walkways raised off the ground, allowing for safe passage for guests and staff. The camp is unfenced and as a result game are free to move in, around and through the camp. The main areas of the camp feature a swimming pool with a great view across the African plains, a boma area where the fireplace forms the central attraction, and a bar that stocks a good selection of beverages
Safaris at Lion Camp
The wildlife viewing on safari activities at Lion Camp include game drive safaris, night drive safaris and walking safaris - all guided by professional in house guides. Since the camp is located in the heart of the South Luangwa National Park, it is able to offer the guests a safari in Zambia that is never to be forgotten. Lion Camp has been used as a base by a number of wildlife film crews, which in itself attests to fact the game viewing is very good.