Welcome to Mfuwe Lodge

Beneath a canopy of ebony and mahogany trees, just inside the South Luangwa National Park in Zambia, lies the breathtaking Mfuwe Lodge.

The thatched buildings are arranged around the banks of two lagoons – perfect for slow afternoons of game-viewing and lounging next to the swimming pool, making its allure is instantly obvious.

The open-plan reception, lounge, dining, and bar areas offer a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Furnished and decorated in a sleek contemporary African style, Mfuwe Lodge effortlessly enhances its natural surroundings.

Take a dip in the sparkling pool on the timber deck that presents luxurious views of the lagoon and wandering wildlife.

Ideally located in a region of the park that is renowned for its prolific wildlife – giraffes, hippos, buffalos, antelopes and crocodiles or all regular visitors to Mfuwe Lodge’s lagoon. In November, the local elephants regularly walk right through the lobby to visit a nearby wild mango tree. Experience the majesty of the vibrant animal life up close and personal on a day or night game drive experience.

Mfuwe Lodge also offers you the chance to rest and recharge at its Bush Spa. Find refuge in a soothing and slow treatment, while taking in the relaxing sounds of the surrounding nature.

Re-connect to the outside world at Mfuwe Lodge.


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