Bilimungwe Bushcamp Zambia accommodation consists of 4 reed and thatched chalets, complete with en-suite bathrooms that each feature a shower and a toilet. There are 2 queen-sized beds in each of the chalets and they are fitted with large mosquito nets for comfortable Zambia accommodation. There is also an individual re-chargeable lighting system at Bilimungwe's Zambia accommodation. Bilimungwe Bushcamp’s charming chalets can sleep an optimum of 6 guests but can offer accommodation to 8 people if they all belong to one group. The raised deck of Bilimungwe's Zambia accommodation has a rustic dining and bar area, the fully stocked bar and offers idyllic views of the wildlife down at the water hole. ACTIVITIES: Make sure that you indulge in the game drives and game tracking while on safari in Zambia. It's a must! Bilimungwe Bushcamp offers a range of game activities from walking safaris, vehicle safaris or a combination of the 2 on a Zambia safari. Knowledgeable and highly skilled guides will accompany you on your game viewing experiences on your Zambia safari. Your guides will show you how to track wildlife, how to listen out for any dangerous predators approaching. They can also show you the various plants of the area and their medicinal uses during a Zambia safari. Your day safaris will be taken in open 4-wheel drive vehicles or on foot, which is the best way to see and experience the fascinating surroundings. The Luangwa is one of the few parks in the whole of Africa that allows night drives, using high-powered spotlights on a Zambia safari, to view the nocturnal life of the area. Catch a glimpse of the porcupine, Leopard and other nocturnally active species, not commonly seen during the day on your Zambia safari. Hyena are commonly spotted in the evenings and their eerie characteristic cry can be heard on most nights. The Bush Baby is also unlikely to be seen, except possibly on night drives.