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Wasa Lodge

Kasanka National Park, Zambia

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Wasa Lodge is located on the eastern side of Kasanka and is on the edge of Lake Wasa, an area devoted to research and conservation by the Kasanka Trust. This lodge is only one of two safari camps within the area and is the main base for the park's research team.

Eight simple, comfortable rondavals, each with its own verandah accommodate guests to this out of the way area.

Wasa is perfectly situated for easy access to the tree hide at Fibwe. Standing at 18 metres high in a mahogany tree, this hide provides a fantastic view over the Kapabi swamp and is known to bo one of the best vantage points for spotting the sitatunga antelope.

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price includes food and local drinks, activities and laundry. Excludes imported drinks.

Age Restrictions:
all ages welcome
Electricity:
solar
Rooms:
9
Bathroom:
all ensuite with flushing loos and plenty of hot water for showers
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open all year round

About Kasanka National Park and Zambia

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1/4 Straw-coloured fruit bats are the largest bat in Africa.
Straw-coloured fruit bats are the largest bat in Africa.
2/4 The bats become especially active in the evening when they head off in their thousands to find food.
The bats become especially active in the evening when they head off in their thousands to find food.
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4/4 The fruit bats spend the day in tight colonies, covering every tree trunk.
The fruit bats spend the day in tight colonies, covering every tree trunk.

Kasanka National Park

The staggering 10 million straw-coloured fruit bats, each with a two-and–a-half-foot wingspan, that congregate in Kasanka's Fibwe Forest every year are thought to constitute the largest mammal migration on earth and are what Kasanka is best known for, but there is a huge amount besides the bats. Read more?

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3/5 The mighty Victoria Falls thunders over 100m down, sending spry hundreds of metres into the air
The mighty Victoria Falls thunders over 100m down, sending spry hundreds of metres into the air
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Zambia

Zambia has made a name for itself in the last ten years, as a high quality wildlife destination and one that is particularly good for walking safaris.  Simple, but outstanding bushcamps, excellent local guides, beautiful riverine scenery and varied game and birdlife are the trademarks of a safari in Zambia. Read more?

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Rod Tether

Born in Uganda and guiding since the age of 17, Rod is recognised as one of Africa’s leading safari guides. His spiritual home remains Zambia's North Luangwa where he and his wife Guz created and ran the fabulous Kutandala Camp. Since then he’s been...

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