Buffalo is a seasonal bush camp in North Luangwa National Park- one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas left in Africa.
The park is renowned for its enormous herds of buffalo and its numerous other species of wildlife and bird life.
The Camp is open from early June until early November. The recommended stay is from three to five nights.
It is situated some 100 km off the Great North Road but is also accessible by air and there is an airstrip just 12km from the camp.
The Camp comprises five en-suite guest chalets. Three of the chalets are built on stilts, over looking the Mwaleshi River. The area is predominantly for walking safaris but the Camp offers limited game and night drives.
Walks normally last 4-5 hours and are conducted by highly experienced guides and accompained by an armed ZAWA scout.