Mwaleshi Camp, in North Luangwa, 10 kilometres from the Mwaleshi and Luangwa river confluence, is one of the most remote and secluded camps in Zambia. At this rustic safari camp, you can spot hyenas, puku, impressive herds of buffalo, the endemic Cookson's Wildebeest and a large number of resident lion.
In the untouched North Luangwa you will be able to enjoy the freedom of Africa's vastness on foot on a walking safari, under the guidance of an experienced guide and an armed National Park scout. You might even spot a lion on foot. A vehicle will drop you off and collect you and if you wish you can explore further afield either by vehicle or on a day trip to the Mwaleshi Falls, upstream of the camp. Experience beautiful natural surroundings, exceptional game, excellent cuisine all in an intimate bush setting.
The chalets are re-constructed each year from reed and thatch and they have solar-powered electric lanterns for lighting, hand-basins, en-suite flushing toilets and hot bucket showers. Gather around acampfire at night for drinks and post-safari tales after dinner.
Mwaleshi Camp is seasonally operated. It is open annually from the 15th of June to the 31st of October.