KALAMU LAGOON CAMP
Kalamu Lagoon Camp, lies on a beautiful permanent lagoon just off the Luangwa River in the remote Luamfwa area in the southern section of the South Luangwa National Park.
Abounding with wildlife, South Luangwa is one of the most spectacular conservation areas in all Africa.
Accommodation at Kalamu Lagoon Camp consists of eight safari-style reed and canvas tents, each en-suite with both an indoor and outdoor shower. Kalamu's dining and bar area is located under a canopy of giant ebony trees and a pool and viewing deck area located to the side of the camp all offer spectacular views of the lagoon that may once have been part of the South Luangwa River.
The Luamfwa Concession is located in the wild and uncrowded (with people that is!) southern sector of the South Luangwa National Park. Whereas for the most part the Luangwa River forms the eastern boundary of the National Park, separating the protected area from communal land and game management areas where hunting takes place, in the remote southern sector it meanders westward and both banks are protected. It is here that Kalamu Lagoon Camp can be found, on a site that is situated on the banks of the Luangwa River in a unique section of this exceptional Park, imparting a feeling of remoteness and exclusivity.
South Luangwa is renowned as the best walking safari destination in Africa and guests staying at Kalamu Lagoon Camp have the choice to explore the Luangwa riverine vegetation and adjacent dambos on guided walks.
Other activities at Kalamu Lagoon Camp include day-and-night wildlife-viewing drives.