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The Ensuite Tents

4 Tents: Comfortable for 2 adults (3/4 beds) & 1 extra single bed or 1 bunk bed (children only) on request

1 Tent: Comfortable for 2 persons (single beds only)

Mapunga is home to 5 authentic ensuite riverside tents each with a river facing verandah:

  • Each bathroom has a shower, toilet, and basin.

  • Generator power - 4 hours in the morning & 4 hours in the evening

  • Solar lights at night

  • Laundry service available

  • Communal plunge pool available

Mapunga offers guests staying in tents the option of self-catering or full board. Should you choose to self-cater, your tent fees include the assistance of our chef & team.

Should you opt for full board, we offer 3 meals a day. An English breakfast, a light lunch, and a 3-course dinner. Please ensure you send us your dietary requirements prior to your stay.

Kitchen & Dining
  • Kitchen is really well equipped

  • Comfortably caters for up to 80 people

  • Dining room caters for 40 people seated

  • 3 chefs, 3 waiters & 1 scullery staff

The Lapa & Campfire

Mapunga's Lapa area is the perfect place to relax after a day in the wild and share stories around the campfire.

The Campsite

The beautiful shady campsite is the ideal space to explore the Kafue.

  • 8 Campsites

    • 5 riverside, 3 further back (best for children)​

  • Each campsite is equipped with its own water point, overhead light & braai stand. We have unlimited wood available for campers

  • 10 Private Ablutions

    • Basin, Shower & Toilet - All with Hot & Cold water

  • 3 campsite attendants to ensure your site is safe when you leave

  • Meals can be provided for campers on request

  • Swimming pool is a communal plunge pool

What to pack

During the winter (May to July):

Game drives and generally being outdoors can get fairly cold in the Kafue in winter. What to pack?:

  • Winter Clothes

  • Jacket / Jersey

  • Gloves & Scarf

  • Long Trousers

  • Good Hat / Cap

  • Good Closed Shoes

  • Beanie

  • Warm socks

During the dry season (August to November):

The Kafue is known to get extremely hot, aside from drinking water you need to ensure you have the right attire. What to pack?:

  • Summer Clothes

  • Swimming costume

  • Good hat / Cap

  • Jacket / Jersey incase

  • Good Closed Shoes

Essential Items you can't be without on a safari:

  • Torch & Spare Batteries

  • Binoculars

  • Camera

  • Camera Charger

  • Spare Batteries

Essential Toiletries:

  • Suncream

  • Mosquito Repellent & Tabard

  • Personal Medication (Including any anti-malaria)

  • Antihistamine (Assists with tetsi or mosquito stings)

What to Pack
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