"Buffalo Camp is set in a wild, remote area of North Luangwa where the only other people to encounter are those staying at the camp."
Buffalo Camp in not operating at the moment.
Established in 1980, the Buffalo was the first camp allowed to operate in North Luangwa National Park, all thanks to anti-poaching efforts of its founder - John Harvey.
Today it still offers an absolutely unique experience of African wildlife, thanks to the vast knowledge of it's owner Mark Harvey and his experienced staff.
The camp is built almost from scratch every year - 7 chalets, kitchen, bar and dining area rise from almost nothing within 4 weeks.
Accommodation & bar
Guests are accommodated in en-suite chalets with hot and cold running water. Most of them consist of a double and a single bed, but additional ones can be provided for family accommodation. The chalets are open fronted with a panoramic view of the river, but are designed to prevent unwanted visits from curious animals.
There are two types of accommodation available. Full Board includes all meals and activities whereas Self Catering does not cover activities which have to be arranged separately.
The cash bar at Buffalo Camp offers all 'essential whilst in the bush' beverages such as ice-cold beer, coke and of course gin & tonic for those spectacular sunsets. The restaurant serves meals throughout the day to full board guests.