Lugenda Bush Camp is aimed at the discerning few who have a passion for wildlife, the wilderness and enjoy complete seclusion.

The camp is situated within the Niassa reserve, on the eastern bank of the Lugenda River, amongst the Ngalongue Mountains (towering insilbergs or island mountains). The Serra Mecula is positioned across from the camp. It was on Mecula Mountain that Paul Von Lettow Vorbeck and his men held up towards the end of their incredible First World War East African Campaign against 1.5 million allied troops.
  

The main building of the camp houses a reading lounge area, self service bar and dining area. On either side of the main building sit four East African styled luxury tents no more than 40 meters from the Lugenda River. The main pool is directly in front of the main building virtually on the banks of the Lugenda River.
  

Accommodations consists of 8 luxury East-African style tents, 6 x Kings and 2 x Twins. All tents have an en-suite bathroom with bath and shower, ceiling fan, hair dryer, safe and wooden viewing deck. The tents have a concrete screed floor with individual Victorian styled deep tub and shower. The tents are situated underneath large wild fig trees which attract wild Elephant during the early morning and late afternoon.