'Mayukuyuku' means the water hitting the rocks. Downstream from the camp there are a number of rapids from which the camp takes its name.
Located just eight kilometres from the tar road, east of the Kafue Hook Bridge, Mayukuyuku Camp is well positioned for accessibility.
Dining at Mayukuyuku
Only fresh produce is used at Mayukuyuku and there is an emphasis on fruit, vegetables and Zambian sourced meat and fish. The food is served in an open sided dining area which also has a small lounge.
Activities at Mayukuyuku
Mayukuyuku Camp employs people from local communities and takes full responsibility for the environment around the camp, as well as supporting Kafue National Park. Employees are encouraged to develop themselves through international standard training. Mayukuyuku Camp is owned by Kafue Camps and Safaris, a majority Zambian owned company. Thus much of the revenue is retained in Zambia.Rates and information
Wildlife you can see here
Campsite and facilities
The campsite is opposite a small, dry riverbed – a great place to view wildlife. There are three pitches and the campsite can take about 25 guests in total. Nearby are shared bathrooms which are open to the stars. Firewood is supplied free of charge and there is a staff member on hand for any other assistance you might need. Lightweight tents are available for hire on request, and there are battery charging facilities.
Campers can participate in activities like:
Directions from Lusaka
Directions from the west