Our Future
Our Future

New Lion Camp is being built on a similar footprint, with elevated decking as before.

One of our key investments is to use Rhinowood, one of the most sustainable natural wood building materials available.

We are spreading out our rooms to create more privacy, and introducing two new ‘suites’ to maximise the prime positions.

Our rooms will retain the essential ‘tree house’ aesthetic, with canvas walls and thatch roof, but with even more comfort – Evening Breeze cooling units will be installed over the beds. In addition, our new water filtration system will ensure crystal clear pressurised showers and solar will provide all our power.

The main area will have additional space and more light. As before, the hub of camp will be a well stocked bar and our redesigned boma will be a draw for chilly mornings and for sharing after dinner stories around the fire. The pool remains a central feature of the large front deck which provides a perfect game viewing platform whilst also appealing to both day-time sun worshippers and night-time star gazers.

The bright acid colours of the soft furnishings will be replaced with a palette of bush colours and a little twist that will surprise our first set of visitors … before news spreads.

To make this renovation possible, our dedicated team of Zambians have swapped their uniforms and aprons for work suits, they are building this camp – adapting to new challenges and learning plenty of new skills along the way. We salute each and every one of them for the amazing job they are doing. 

“Our experience at Lion Camp was so much more in every way … the landscapes are more varied, the wildlife more numerous and more accessible, even the skies seem bigger … it really is the best place to go on safari. We are spoilt for life”
Lion Camp Guest
The Opening

Business As Usual

When Lion Camp re-opens in May 2018, it will be back to business as usual … we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional value safaris, and offering guests unique wildlife encounters in luxurious surroundings … and we can’t wait to get back to work!

Our camp comprises 10 rooms joined by a central walkway. All the rooms have spectacular panoramic views of the plain, and plenty of wildlife passes through so game can be viewed from the comfort of your own deck.

Our world class guides will take you on driving or walking safaris, and night drives – a great way to see animal behaviour after dark – we are as flexible as possible, so you can choose how to structure your days. 

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15 September 2017

Wildlife Update

(by Nathan Pilcher with photos by Meyam Njobvu)

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1 August 2017

News August 2017

Renovation Update: The team in camp have been working hard to get the structures of the new guest rooms in place.

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12 July 2017

Lion Pride Update

The team in camp were thrilled to learn that a Mwamba-Kaingo (M-K) lioness has had 3 new cubs (she gave birth to 4 but 1 died). If you watched the ITV documentary filmed at Lion Camp last year (Lion Country),…

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