Description Facilities Map Important Information Wasa Lodge lies on the edge of Lake Wasa in the eastern half of Kasanka National Park just 12 km from the park entrance. The lodge offers a choice of eight chalets right on the waters edge. The lodge has a main building housing a bar, a dining room, a reception area and a verandah overlooking the lake. All the buildings have thatched roofs. The lodge offers self-catering accommodation and meals are cooked for guests by the resident chef. A fully inclusive package is also available on request. Packed with biodiversity and rich in bird life, the park is also well known for bat migration that is claimed to be the largest mammal migration in the world. The park is very accessible throughout the year and a good tar road leads to the park. A network of all-weather roads still make it possible to view the beautiful area in the rainy season. Type: Self-catering, Sleeps: 21 Check-in: 01:00 PM Check-out: 10:00 AM Reviews: 0 Languages SpokenEnglish Toggle Street View * We rely on Google's mapping service, and the location information supplied to us to show street view images. Please use street view as a guide only as we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Park entry fees are payable at the point of arrival and are indicated by the Zambia Wildlife Authority. They are currently K15,120 per person per day for citizens, US$ 7 per person per day for residents and SADC nationals, and US$ 10 per person per day for non-residents. Vehicles are charged at K12,600 per day for locally registered or US$15 per day for foreign registered vehicles. Whilst the charges are specified as “per day or part thereof”, visitors will not be charged for their day of departure if they leave in the morning without any activities that day.