Buffalo Camp is a seasonal bush camp based in the North Luangwa National Park. The camp usually opens at the beginning of June and closes at the end of October. The camp is rebuilt and taken down each year.
The recommended stay at Buffalo Camp is from three to five nights. This will enable you to fully appreciate the uniqueness of the North Luangwa Area..
The Camp consists of 6 chalets all en-suite plus 1 guide’s chalet. The chalets are all over looking the Mwaleshi River. A maximum of 12 clients can be accommodated at a time. The area is predominately for walking safaris but we will do limited game and night drives. Buffalo Camp is unique in that it is one of the only camps in the North Luangwa that accommodate families with children.
The Camp consists of 6 chalets all en-suite plus 1 guide’s chalet.
chalets are all over looking the Mwaleshi River
A maximum of 12 clients can be accommodated at a time
Rates on Request
There are a number of ways to get in to North Luangwa: 1. There is the main gate on the western side of the park at Mano Park Headquarters. This is 42 kilometres from the Great North Road. The turn off is roughly 60 kilometres from Mpika and 26 kilometres from the Shiwa Ng’andu Estate turn off. 2. There are another two entrances on the eastern boundary of the park. The northern-most entry on the eastern side is serviced by a pontoon for early season crossing of the Luangwa River. This is for people travelling to, or coming from South Luangwa National Park. Please be sure to check Google Earth as maps are available with GPS coordinates and waypoint markers. However, the quickest way to get to North Luangwa is by chartering a light aircraft from Lusaka or Mfuwe.