TRAVEL

Escape and unplug on  safari in Zambia's remote

Kafue National Park

explore

Discover Zambia's untamed wilderness, let our Mozhi Bush Camp be the gateway.

RELAX

Experience true serendipity and let ecotherapy engulf your wellbeing.
 

camp overview

Mozhi’s aim is to provide our guests with the ultimate safari experience in the thrilling and awe inspiring Busanga Plains and Kafue National Park. Experience the Kafue by boat, canoe, walking safaris, game drives and boat cruises. We’ve suited our activities so you can truly get to know this beautiful area.

Peak Season

1st July

to

15th November

The period the bush has dried out and thirsty animals head to rivers and waterholes, which makes these the best months for wildlife viewing. The Busanga Plains are off-limits in the Wet season when they are flooded. Animals are easy to find at water sources 

Includes one activity per day, all meals & local drinks - Includes 1.5% Tourism Levy - Excludes Park Entry Fee

ACTIVITIES

Hiking Boots

WALKING
SAFARIS

For our more adventurous guests, we offer morning guided walking safaris – an intimate experience that tops into your sense of sight, sound and smell to truly connect with the area. Get close to animals, birds and learn more about the fauna & flora which are often on a game drive. 

GAME
DRIVES

Enjoy  morning or evening game drives in our open vehicles with our experienced guides. The sundowner drive (evening drive) turns into a night drive where you get the chance to see the nocturnal animals.

Low Season

15th November

to 

June 30th

This period is usually dry and wet but the green scenic beauty is at its peak.

One activity per day plus -meals & local drinks - 1.5% Tourism Levy - Excludes Park Entry Fee

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BOAT SAFARIS

Enjoy a relaxing cruise down the Kafue River,  you'll see animals visiting the river to drink, hippos and crocodiles wallowing in the water, birds and guests can fish.

FISHING

If you have your own fishing gear, you can fish on the river’s edge or take the boat with a guide down the Kafue or into the channels. Note that this is strictly fish and release activity.

Fishing Rod