Lufupa Tented Camp is situated in the centre of the northern sector of the 22 500 square kilometre Kafue National Park, at the confluence of the Lufupa and Kafue rivers; these and the Lunga River are all perennial tributaries of the Kafue River. The beauty of the park is evident in its diverse habitats with floodplains, miombo woodland, thick riverine vegetation and open grassy areas called dambos. There are resident prides of lion and leopard is frequently seen. Wild dog are occasionally sighted. There is also a wide variety of plains game ranging from zebra, buffalo, roan, Lichtenstein's hartebeest, sable, kudu and impala to the diminutive oribi. Elephant are also often seen roaming through the concession. Accommodation is in 6 large Meru-style tents with en-suite facilities. The dining and bar area are under huge jackalberry trees, overlooking the Kafue River. Dinners are served in a traditional-style boma under the stars, next to a lively campfire or in the tented dining room overlooking this impressive river.