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Ruth and Indianna have finally arrived safe at Pinnon Safari Lodge, Kafue National Park. Now fully up and running, the adventure really begins. Currently we are living in Kingfisher chalet while the builders finish our house.
Look at this wonderful photograph of a leopard stalking an impala (just seen on the side of the road) captured by one of our guests on a morning game drive . We love when guests share their favourite photographs from their stay at Pinnon Safari Lodge in the Kafue National Park.
This morning at Pinnon Safari lodge we woke up to see large numbers of vultures circling above us. When we looked closer we saw 3 large lioness feeding on a puku carcass. Within an hour the lions had finished and the vultures are what remained. All that is left now is some small bones for … More Lion kill on site
Our newest chalet was finished last week and is looking amazing. Facing west across the river, it is the perfect spot to watch the sun go down before a game drive.
Look at this stunning Picasso Bug photographed tonight. Most of our visitors are interested in the elephants, the big cats, wild dogs, birds, hippos and even the crocs but at Pinnon we’re big fans of the insects too. This diverse group of creatures are fascinating and can be as beautiful as any jewel or work … More Picasso Bug at Pinnon Safari Lodge
Pinnon Lodges is pleased to announce its newest team member. Indianna May Pinches Was born on 8th September 2016. Everyone is healthy and well. Cant wait to get back to the lodge.
The Picture taken is of a resident croc we call ‘the monster’. We estimate him/her to be approximately five metres long. Nile Crocodiles are fairly common in Kafue National Park. Growing up to six metres long the crocodiles around Pinnon Lodges feed mainly on catfish and occasionally small mammals. Due to the lack of people … More Submarine Spotted On Site
Kingfisher chalet was Pinnon Lodges first in Kafue National Park. Construction took place in mid April 2016. Exactly four months later and we cannot really believe how the transition looks. With water on three sides this chalet gives you a real sense of being part of the river, hippos provide daily morning alarm calls due … More The Kingfisher Transition
Just last week we had 2 cheetah appear on site for the first time since Pinnon Lodges set up camp. We watched them excitedly as they prepared to begin a hunt on the plains which back on to our restaurant. Unfortunately they were not co-operative enough to re-enact our cheetah logo by sitting side by … More Pinnon cheetahs come to say hello