Conservation foot print

Situated on the periphery of the KAFUE National Park, Zambia. Poaching and hunting concessions pose a massive threat to the existence of the diverse fauna and flora. Participate in key conservation and species protection initiatives to help expand the conservation footprint.


Graham in Zambia tells us they lose approximately $1mil a year on operations. "We persist in sticking around because the animals and the environment need us. If we leave, hunters and poachers will come back". Such a stunning area, 2 hours flight from Livingstone. Any attention or help would be great". Together with the support of Game Rangers International and the Zambian Carnivore Research Programme we help strengthen and expand the conservation foot print. 

Luxury camps in perfect harmony

Located on a tree island in the centre of the breathtaking Busanga Plains is stylish Shumba Camp. Its six luxury tented units are spacious, en-suite with both indoor and outdoor showers, and all raised on wooden platforms with spectacular views of the surrounding plains.
Busanga Bush Camp lies in the heart of the Busanga Plains. When the mist rises off the floodplains as they dry up in winter, incredible sunrises and sunsets are experienced here, while the floodplains and dambos teem with wildlife and birds.

Wow Factor

True isolation
Big 5 game
Hot air ballooning
Dinners under the stars
Bush walks
Hands on conservation
      After a good days work
"In the next decade, the most successful companies will be those that integrate sustainability into their core businesses"
Jim Owens, CEO Caterpillar