Shoebill Island Camp is located on a small piece of high ground in amongst the Bangweulu Wetlands. 5 permanent Meru style tents with en-suite ablutions are tucked into an indigenous thicket of trees and face out to the wetlands. These trees and camp vegetation make for an excellent haven for birds and many species are active here throughout the day.
Each of the 5 Meru-style tents have a simple cabinet for clothes and the ablutions consist of a wash basin, flush toilets and bucket shower system where staff will fill the tank with enough hot water for a shower whenever you require. A small reed and thatch dining and chill area is located at the west end of the camp and this is where meals, drinks and tea and coffee can be enjoyed whilst discussing the day’ adventures.