Nested on the banks of the Iteshi Teshi lake Konkamoya Lodge has four luxurious safari tents furnished in a colonial style, they can host up to five couples offering them an experience of a close up encounter with nature.
Every tent is a small apartment with bedroom, sitting room, a bathroom with hot and cold running water and shower. Electricity is guaranteed by a Solar System with a low environmental impact. The tents are on a wooden platform that keeps the tent a meter from the ground and distant from any unwanted guests.
East facing all the tents look across the lake with a marvellous view of the renowned African sunrise and are surrounded by mahogany, ebony, baobabs and sansevieria cilindrica bushes.
Konkamoya Lodge is open during the dry season, which goes from mid june to mid November. The lodge welcomes children and teenagers however children under the age of 16 will need to share the tent with their parents and if they are under 6 years of age they will regrettably not be able to partake in the safari experience.
In the Lodge there are two Lapas, traditional meeting places of a Zambian village, which welcome guests for breakfast and long communal dinners as well as tea on return from safaris and moments of total relax like long chats under the starlit sky in front of a wood fire.
The lodge has four Landrovers equipped for trips and safaris following the tracks of the wild animals present in the park.
For every need Konkamoya Lodge has also undertaken a contract with an emergency air ambulance, which is able to reach the camp within 60 minutes and can take the guests to the nearest Accident and Emergency centre in Zambia or in South Africa if the need for a better equipped A&E were to be needed.