Welcome to Wasa Lodge in Kasanka National Park

AboutWasa Lodge

Wasa Lodge is an intimate and rustic property situated in the heart of Kasanka National Park, overlooking the stunning Wasa Lake.

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Key facts of Wasa Lodge

Open All Year
Country Zambia
National Park Kasanka National Park
Accommodation 4 chalets and 3 smaller rondavels
Policy All ages welcome
Airstrip Mulembo Airstrip
Wasa Lodge in the heart of Kasanka National Park
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Kasanka National Park may be one of Zambia’s smallest national parks, but also one of the most picturesque and boasts a great deal of biodiversity. Abundant in grasslands, forests, lagoons and swamps. They host a rich and highly unique population of mammals, birds, reptiles, and carnivores including the blue monkey, sitatunga antelope, olive sunbird, marsh mongoose and slender-snouted crocodile.

It is also home to one of natures phenomena, the annual Kasanka Bat Migration which is one of the largest mammal migrations in the world. Over 10 million fruit bats converge in Kasanka National Park during the months of October to December.

Wasa Lodge is situated in the heart of Kasanka National Park, overlooking the stunning Wasa Lake. The rustic chalets overlooking the lake, the welcoming staff and tranquil surroundings set the tone for this special destination.

Wasa Lodge aerial view
En suite
Limited phone reception
No Wi-Fi
Viewing hide


There are 3 larger chalets all of which have double and single beds in the room, a verandah overlooking Lake Wasa, a simple shower, basin and flush toilet in an en-suite bathroom. There are also 4 smaller chalets all of which have double or twin beds and an en-suite bathroom with flush toilets and simple bucket showers.

Rondavel at Wasa Lodge

Popularly known for the largest bat migration in the world – 8-10 million fruit bats decent on the Park from November to December each year. An incredible wildlife phenomenon! Sitatunga antelope (most sighted and good numbers), puku, yellow baboon, warthogs, bush pigs, elephants, sable antelope, hartebeest, and duikers are some of the game seen here. There is also a chance to see the rare blue monkey. Leopard is the largest predator here and hyena seem to come and go seasonally.

420 bird species have been recorded here, great place for birding. Ross’s turaco and Böhm’s bee-eater are two are key highlights here. Other species include African barred owlet, African finfoot, African marsh harrier, Anchieta’s barbet, Anchieta’s sunbird, Anchieta’s tchagra, Black-backed barbet, Böhm’s flycatcher, Crowned eagle, Eastern olive sunbird, Green turaco, Grey apalis, Half-collared kingfisher, Narina trogon, Pel’s fishing-owl, Ross’s turaco, Schalow’s turaco, Souza’s shrike, Wattled crane and Yellow-throated leaf-love.

Wildlife infront of Wasa Lodge

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