We stayed for 2 nights - lovley place with a lot of Elefants - easy way to the place. Facilities clean and functional. the only negativ - the cost are high and the campgrounds close together - but we will come back.
For each in search of a typical bushcamp; this is a marvelous one. Extra-ordinary view, elephants just passing by, good and clean abolition blocks, hot showers and flush toilet. One minus: no firewood is provided to the campers. One should just take it near the abolutionblocks...
Campsite was unattended with no indicator of where to go to sign in. Until ~5pm there was no running water. The site looked as though the owners no longer really looked after it even though it is in an exquisite area on the lake with lots of wildlife We were disappointed
We stayed at the campground for 2 nights. The place of the campground is perfect with the views on the lake. We saw a lot of game just from our seats The toilet blocks and showers are, despite a renovation, not in a good condition.
If you are in Kafue National Park, Hippo Bay Campsite or the connected lodge, Konkamoya, is not to be missed. The beauty of the grasslands with its herds of pukus made for a superb camping experience. I was fortunate to be there under a full moon and the African night with bellowing hippos and croaking frogs was just exquisite. Andrea was an excellent and knowledgeable host. One can order meals at the lodge even when camping. I consider myself lucky to have been there.