Tafika Camp is situated adjacent to the Nsefu sector of South Luangwa National Park. The remote location is ideal for those who really want to get away from it all. Located on the banks of the Luangwa River, it offers a relaxing and peaceful base from which to enjoy game viewing on foot and by road. There is also a huge variety of birdlife. There is also the chance of a taking a microlight flight to view the area and wildlife from the air. Visits can be arranged to the nearby village and school that the camp helps to support.
There are 6 spacious chalets that can accommodate a maximum of 12 guests. These are built with local materials and have en-suite facilities, including an open air shower. Shaded from the hot noon-day sun by giant Leadwood trees, there are plenty of quiet spots to sit and watch activity on the river, read, or just relax and listen to the sounds of the bush. The food is excellent and utilises fresh fruit and vegetables from the kitchen garden.
Open: Tafika Camp is open from 1st May to 15th November.
Location: Tafika Camp is just outside the Nsefu Sector of South Luangwa National Park. It is about a 1.5-2 hour drive from Mfuwe, and 15 minutes from Mwanya/Lukuzi airstrip.
Rooms: There are 6 chalets, all en-suite and with outdoor showers and a separate flush toilet. 4 of these have double beds, 1 has 2 bedrooms with a king size bed and 3 doubles making family accommodation, and the last is the honeymoon suite. All rooms are spacious and provide ample storage space
Activities: You can go on morning and evening game drives, take guided nature walks, go microlighting (subject to weather conditions), mountain biking and visit the local village and school.
Facilities: The main area is an open-sided building housing the lounge, dining area and bar. Meals are also served on the lawn beneath the shade of trees. There are plenty of places outside to sit and rest during the heat of the day. Tafika Camp has battery charging facilities. There is a laundry service.
Dining: Meals are usually eaten as a group.
Children: Children aged 12 years and over are welcome. Younger children may be accepted at the discretion of the owners. The minimum age for walking safaris is 12 years.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is no mobile phone coverage, but the camp has good communication facilities in the event of an emergency.
A Remote Africa Safaris wildlife and wilderness experience in South Luangwa.
One of Remote Africa Safaris camps, this camp actively supports a nearby government school and helped build a clinic for the local community. They have a vegetable garden at Tafika, and also give funds to local conservation projects. They have the well-being of the local people & the wildlife & environment at the heart of what they do.
"Such nice people who had the unenviable task of entertaining their guests with access to the park cut off because of the rains. We did plenty of walking and saw some pretty good wildlife which we most likely we would not have done from a vehicle. The opportunity to take a microlight flight should not be missed."