The Bushcamp Company’s Director’s House in South Luangwa National Park

If you have always dreamed of living in a private villa in the wild, Director’s House is now a reality. Located on the grounds of Mfuwe Lodge, it overlooks two lagoons within the South Luangwa National Park. You can arrive by plane and enjoy a game drive on the first evening. The Bushcamp Company’s idea for the Director’s House came about back in 2018.

Bushcamp Company dreamed up the idea of opening the Director’s House back in 2018

The Director’s House is part of a new project initiated by the Bushcamp Company. This initiative aims to reduce the carbon footprint of the property by using local produce for staff consumption. For example, the company grows radishes and cabbage for its staff and also maintains 2 000 citrus trees. It also has 35 beehives to produce honey. The company works with local communities to reduce the carbon footprint of the property.

The Director’s House is part of a unique project that will allow guests to experience the Bushcamp Company’s unique style. The concept is inspired by the Director’s House at Mfuwe Lodge, an award-winning bushcamp in South Luangwa National Park. It will allow guests to experience African wildlife close-up through a unique safari style that is both balanced and unique. The Director’s House will also offer guests the opportunity to stay in a luxurious yet affordable place in the park.

Mfuwe Lodge is a private villa in South Luangwa

This beautiful two-bedroom private villa is situated in the heart of Mfuwe, a small town in the South Luangwa National Park. It offers private dining and a guide. The lodge is 45 minutes from the Mfuwe International Airport, which is accessible by scheduled flights from Lusaka or Lilongwe. Charter flights can be arranged from either city.

Mfuwe Lodge features a large open-plan lounge and dining area with a private pool overlooking a lagoon. Guests can relax in the pool or at the private thatched verandas. A private Bush Spa is available on site. There are also guided walks to view the wildlife and birds. The lodge has a small library for guest use. It offers guided walks in the park, including a walk through a local village.

The villa is close to the Director’s House, which is located near the Mfuwe Lodge. It overlooks two lagoons in the Mfuwe area, part of the South Luangwa National Park. You can easily reach the lodge by car or by plane and start your safari on the first evening. Guests can also request menus and enjoy private dining and guiding.

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