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Kapani Lodge is a family lodge on the banks of one of the Luangwa River's ox-bow lagoons. It is located close to the main Mfuwe area of the South Luangwa National Park.
Kapani can accommodate up to eighteen guests in 8 rooms.There is also a large house for families to share.
Guests can experience the surrounding bush through game drives and walks or relaxing on the viewing decks. The location of the camp is in a prime area for wildlife sightings.
Norman Carr , who is considered to be the father of Zambian conservation and tourism, built Kapani in 1986 and made it his home until his death in 1997; he had been in the Valley for over fifty years. In this time he earned the reputation across the continent as a tireless conservationist and was the founding father of photographic walking safaris and the concept of 'eco-tourism'. He wrote several books about the local area and the people and wildlife that live here. Kapani is still the home of the Carr family.