After falling in love with the Busanga Plains, we built Chisa Busanga Camp to mimic its surrounds through beautiful architecture and environmentally conscious design.
Chisa is the Nyanja word for ‘birds nest’, and the rooms were inspired by the weaver bird nests that decorate the trees here. Sitting on a small tree-lined island, the camp uses only solar power as do the game drive vehicle and bicycles used to explore the watery dambos beyond.
Chisa Busanga Camp celebrates the natural and cultural heritage of the Busanga Plains, a place that will leave an indelible imprint on your mind, as it has on ours.Our Story
Our four Nests blend seamlessly into the wild outdoors, while paying attention to the creature comforts needed inside for a luxurious nesting and sleeping experience.
Open 1 June to 15 November 2022.Check Availability
The Busanga Plains, secreted away in the northern part of the Kafue National Park in Zambia, is one of the most untouched wilderness areas in Africa. Within its quietness, this wetland ecosystem bristles with diverse life that makes for a special safari experience.Explore
You can stand on the deck of your Bird’s Nest and see so far that you can see today leaving and tomorrow coming all at the same time. - Jacques van Heerden, Group Operations Manager
With conservation and community in our hearts, we dedicate resources towards developing and supporting various related initiatives. We encourage you to join us on this journey by being actively involved in these projects during your stay.Get Involved
The days in Busanga are blissful. Mornings begin gently navigating the plains on our electric Land Cruiser and stopping in the bush to enjoy a breakfast prepared over hot coals. After a late afternoon walking safari, evenings wind down with stargazing and storytelling around the campfire.View All
Stay a little longer and experience more of Zambia’s wild beauty. In Kafue National Park, Ila Safari Lodge waits to welcome you to luxury on the Kafue River, while Tongabezi overlooks the magnificent Zambezi River just 12kms upstream from the Victoria Falls.
Love letters on leading travel platforms are the best motivation. They give us the confidence we need to continue creating magical experiences for travellers as well as sustaining and developing our communities and wildlife.View All
Go And Do Good
National Geographic Traveller Award