Mfuwe Lodge is situated beside an oxbow lagoon in the wildlife haven of the 9050 square kilometre South Luangwa National Park. There is an open plan central lodge and 18 chalets which make up the buildings. The central lodge has a reception as well as expansive lounge, dining and bar areas. Guests congregate here during the day to enjoy an ice-cold drink on the wooden deck and spot wildlife at the oxbow lagoon below. Elephant, hippopotamus, plains game and the sly crocodile are all regularly seen. And you can cool off in the crystal clear swimming pool.
Accommodation consists of 18 open plan chalets, each opening out onto one of the lagoons with a private deck that is just perfect for watching wild animals pass you by. Each chalet is uniquely positioned in the bush, offering the utmost in privacy and seclusion. There is a well-appointed bathroom with bath and shower, as well as a separate toilet. And you can open up your bathing area to the outdoors, enjoying a bath under the stars or clear blue skies. Five of the chalets are more luxurious and spacious with an elevated sleeping area and a larger lounge. And you even have your own bar, so there is really little need to leave your room.
You really are spoilt for choice at Mfuwe Lodge. Spot game from the verandah of your luxury chalet and over a scrumptuous meal in the dining area or bar. In addition, you can go on morning and afternoon game drives and experience a walking safari in the South Luangwa National Park. What's more, Mfuwe is located on the elephants' traditional path to some wild mango trees, so these massive beasts wander through reception and the camp at least twice a day for about four weeks - it's nothing short of unbelievable.