Featuring a scenic river location, with nearby hot springs and lush rainforest, this lodge is popular for good reason. The chalets are light and spacious, with wooden decks complete with fireplaces and views and there's a lovely campsite with hot showers and barbecue areas. The pool and hot springs are wonderful spots to unwind. Excellent meals are also available.
They can arrange a number of activities from rafting, mountain-biking, rainforest walks, wildlife drives and trips to see ancient rock-art sites and waterfalls. It's run by Mark Harvey (grandson of Stewart Gore-Browne of Shiwa Ng'andu) along with his wife Mel. They also run the Buffalo Camp in North Luangwa National Park.
Located in Makupula, Kapishya Hot Springs features accommodation with a hot spring bath. The accommodation has a hot tub. A terrace with river views is offered in each unit. A continental breakfast can be enjoyed at the property. At the chalet you will find a restaurant serving Asian and Italian cuisine. Kapishya Hot Springs offers an outdoor pool. A barbecue and water sports facilities can be found at the accommodation, along with a shared lounge.