About two hours' drive south of the Kafunta, and 20km upstream of Luamfwa Lodge, this traditional bushcamp stands on a substantial island in the middle of the Luangwa River. It was opened in 2002 in the far south of the park, where the Luangwa River no longer forms the border of the national park but rather runs though it. Guests are normally driven from Kafunta, and then cross to the island by boat.
It has four reed-thatch chalets, each with a small veranda overlooking the river, and private hot showers and flush toilet. The camp is mainly a base for walking safaris, but limited game drives are possible.