The SpaceSafari sensation, family frolic, writers' respite? It's all here! Porcupine Palace is the 5 bedroom, 6 bathroom piece of Paradise guaranteed to satisfy everyone in your clan! The setting is the beautiful Zambian bush- each day will greet you with visions of wandering impala, sable, bushbuck, zebra, puku, hartebeest and myriad exotic birds. Walk or bike the 10km of trails. Return to the Porcupine Palace and plunge into the pool or relax with a cool drink and bird watch as the kingfishers dart and dive for their lunch in the sparkling waters, while the wagtails and weavers swoop for the water bugs and errant insects on the surface. Guest AccessYou will enjoy access to the entire house and its garden as well as to the walking trails on the 75-hectare fenced wildlife reserve. Interaction with GuestsMr. Jeremiah Zulu, our chef extraordinaire, will prepare your favorite meals, and treat you to his specialties! He will great you when you arrive and make you feel comfortable. He lives on the property about 2 mn from the house. The property manager lives across the street and will be available if needed. The NeighborhoodThe house is located on Leopard Hill. This is a beautiful wooded areas with large properties and farms. The house is about 17 km from Lusaka on a new, paved road. There are a few restaurants within a 15 minute drive of the house. Getting AroundNo public transit is available near the house. It is much preferable to organize your own transport although a taxi can be organized. Other Things to NoteOf course the house and its environment will only give you a taste of what is out there. Lusaka is the gate to a wonderful genuine Africa. Further afield, the country and the regions offer unlimited possibilities. Experience one of the 7 wonders of the natural world *** Victoria Falls *** and the accompanying adrenaline sports activities: walking the falls, whitewater rafting, bungee jumping, the Gorge Swing, walking with the lions, riding the elephants, paragliding … Zambia's magnificent national parks are unspoiled and varied, each offering its own distinctive treasure: Kafue, Lower Zambezi, South Luangwa, Kasanka, Liuwa Plain national parks.