Each tent is like a luxurious suite, with night area, lounge and a large bathroom with shower and hot & cold running water. Surrounded by the bush for complete privacy, all the tents look across the lake, east facing, for marvellous views of the renowned African sunrise.
Electricity is guaranteed by a solar system for a low environmental impact.
As in any traditional Zambian village there are two Lapa, comfortable meeting places which welcome guests around a big table for breakfast, dinner or a cup of tea on return from safaris.
Five luxurious tents furnished in a colonial style, able to accommodate up to ten guests.
A purposely small number of explorers with a passion for nature, who are eager to explore the animal kingdom and will be lead on a voyage of the secrets of the African bush.
Open 15 Jun – 15 Nov
A typical “Konkamoya Day” would be as follows
05:45 : Wake-Up call
06:15 : Light breakfast around the fireplace
06:30 : Game drive or morning walk
08:00 : Coffee break in the bush
10:00 – 12:30 : Rest and relaxation
12:30: Lunch at the Lapa
13:00 – 16:00: relax or siesta
16:00 : Tea time at the Lapa
16:30 : Game drive or afternoon Walk
18:00 : Gin & Tonic sundowner in the bush
18:00 – 20:00 : Night drive
20:15 : Moonlight dinner
On request we can also organize an “Aardvark expedition” (2:00 – 4:00 am) or a visit to the Elephant Orphanage Project and to Shezongo Village.
It will be a pleasure to organize tailor made excursions for our guests.
Children over the age of 6 are welcome, however for safety reasons if they are under the age of 16 years they will need to share a tent with their parents .
Large herds of elephant and buffalo are a common sighting.
Konkamoya also boasts a high density of lions and large prides of females with cubs is a common sight. It is also possible to see males that dominate some of the prides.
As well you have the opportunity to see Leopard, Serval, Wild cat, Wild dogs.
One of Kafue National Parks principal attractions is an incredible variety of antelope among them Eland, Roan, Sable, Puku, Waterbuck, Oribi, Reedbuck, Zebra, Wildebeest, Hartebeest.
Otters are in the lake, and Pangolin and Aardwarks are also present at Konkamoya.
River birds are prolific across the Itezhi-Yezi lake: Fish Eagle, Osprey, Pel’s Fishing-Owl, Cormorant, Darters, Spoonbills, Ibis, Wattled cranes, Herons (including Goliath, Yellow-billed and Black Egret).
Whilst on the land many species of ground based birds are encountered; Francolins, Crested Guinea Fowl and secretary bird are abundant.