Camp Kuzuma


Camp Kuzuma Highlights


• Situated in the pristine Kazuma Forest Reserve near the Chobe National Park
• Camp overlooks a waterhole and open plains of Kazuma Pan
• Diverse wildlife roam the area

Camp Kuzuma Description


Camp Kuzuma is an opulent, grand and exclusive lodge located in the Kazuma Forest Reserve in Botswana’s Chobe region. Upon arrival a warm Botswana greeting awaits eager guests who will be thrilled at the sight of a watering hole located in front of the lodge’s swimming pool.
There are only five tents, all adjoined by timber walkways. Willowing Mopane trees make up the woodlands that encompass the canvas tented accommodation. Each tent is luxuriously decorated with en-suite bathrooms and outside showers. Guests can enjoy the vista from their private deck.
Cascading chandeliers surrounded by slate stone designs, colonial ornaments and plush curtains create a stately reception area where guests can unwind. The library, bar and dining area are all located within the reception area. Step outside onto the patio and there lies a rather tempting rim-flow swimming pool overlooking a watering hole.

Camp Kuzuma Game Viewing and Wildlife Activities


The Kazuma Forest Reserve is located close to the Chobe National Park and straddles the border of Zimbabwe. The Kazuma Reserve is affectionately known as the “elephant corridor” that joins the Chobe National Park and the Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe. Camp Kuzuma offers guests a great variety of game viewing opportunities. Eager, experienced guides conduct morning and evening game drives in and around the Kazuma Forest Reserve. On Kuzuma’s 4000 hectare concession is a placid pan of water surrounded by palm trees which has become a favourite stop for sundowners. This area is a photographer’s dream – expect silhouettes of palm trees with brazen copper sunsets as a backdrop.
The elephants consider the watering hole their home. During peak safari season it gets very crowded, with smaller mammals quite literally waiting in line. This area is also a bird watchers paradise.