Location

 

Signs will guide you from the M9 to our camp.

Signs will guide you to Kasabushi Camp from the M9 and Musa Gate at Lake Itezhi-Tezhi.

Kasabushi Camp is situated on the west bank of the Kafue River, within the Central Kafue National Park, 325kms (4 hours drive once out of town) from Lusaka and 130kms (2.5hrs) from the south of Lake Itezhi-Tezhi.  GPS co-ordinates: S -15.2593165 / E 25.97114719.  Kasabushi Camp is located just off the Spinal Road that runs down the west bank of the Kafue River connecting the northern and southern sectors of the park.

From Lusaka:  Take the M9 (Mumbwa Road) and head west, passing the Mumbwa turn-off at 150kms and then the entrance to the Kafue National Park at the Nalusanga Gate a further 38kms on.  Continue heading west for a further 86kms to the Hook Bridge over the Kafue River.  6kms after the bridge turn left onto the 21k road to Chunga ZAWA HQ (ignore the turn-off for the 17k road to Chunga).  After 14kms turn onto the Spinal Road and continue heading south, over the Sishamba and Luansanda river crossings.  After the Luansanda crossing it’s 16kms to the camp turn-off.  Kasabushi Camp is 45kms from the M9 and 1km from the Spinal Road turn-off.  The camp is sign posted from the M9.

From the south of Lake Itezhi-Tezhi Kasabushi Camp is 130kms (3 hour drive) north using the Spinal Road.

Kasabushi Camp is open all year.

Self-driving in the Kafue National Park.

The drive from Lusaka to Kasabushi.

Route map and waypoints to Kasabushi Camp from the M9.

 

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Location

  1. What is the distance from the M9 Chunga turnoff to the Kasabushi turning on the Spinal Road and then how far from there to the camp? M’thanks.

  2. Many thanks. I am gathering data for the next edition of “A Visitor’s Guide to Kafue National Park, Zambia” and will use the information on distances for revisions to the maps. VBW Peter

    • Hi Perri, Our section of the Kafue River is stunning as you can see from the photos on our website. Yes there are plenty of rocks but they make the river so special. Even in the dry season our boat navigates the channels between the various islands and the water level remains high enough for the boat. Andy drives our boat and knows the river pretty well now, it’s a river for slow cruising to enjoy it for fishing, birding and just chillin’. We hope you’ll visit us to see the river for yourself one day. Best wishes Libby

  3. Good morning.

    Planning our next self made Safari in Zambia we would like to stay at your beautiful camp site.
    After some days of stay there we will head to Hippo Bay camp site and from there driving the D769 towards south. Now our question… Do you know something about the road situation of the D769 between the village of Itezhi tezhi and the road crossing D769/M10 (Sesheke-Kazungula). We want to know if this part of the D769 is well a well gravel road.

    Thanks so much in advance for your soonest reply.

    Best regards and greetings from Germany.

    Andreas

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