The Bush camp is situated on a lovely bay above the mighty Zambezi river. Just 15 minutes drive from the small town of Sioma the camp is just a few kilometers from the Sioma Ngweshi National Park and is entered by a short drive from the main road between Shesheke and Sioma. It is a safe and tranquil haven!

Comfortable but basic the camp was built by local people using designs based on a Lozi village. There are five traditional African huts dotted around and linked by sand covered pathways. Each hut sleeps between 2 and 6 people and has single or bunk beds with mosquito nets. In addition, the camp has a small dormitory for a maximum of 10 sharing. Some of the huts have en suite facilities with showers and toilets, others have access to shared facilities. 

The camp has a well equipped kitchen, a meeting place and a beautiful dining hall overlooking the river with a deck and a camp fire for those winter nights. The camp has its own water tank and area for washing clothes.

Staff: Ida is our manager and cook. She is helped by an assistant and four staff, including a night watchman, who are always available for guests. 

 No sand bank in the rain season

No sand bank in the rain season

 En suite hut first occupant Mark Ruffalo

En suite hut first occupant Mark Ruffalo

 Constructing a conference hall or dormitory

Constructing a conference hall or dormitory

 Central HQ hut

Central HQ hut