Luwi Camp

Zambia

  • Traditional African bush camp 
  • Track lions on foot - thrilling!
  • Combine walks and game drives
  • Watch hippos and crocs from the hide
  • Al fresco meals by day and night
  • Can be combined with other camps

Open: Mid May to Early November (Specific dates each year - please ask for details). 

Location: Located deep in the heart of South Luangwa National Park on the seasonal Luwi River. The camp is located among shady mahogany trees near a hippo-filled lagoon. 

Rooms: 4 luxury huts constructed of grass and thatch, with en-suite shower rooms. They are dismantled at the end of each season and  re-built at the beginning of the next, as is the whole camp.

Activities: The camp specialises in guided walking safaris, for which its remote setting is ideal. These often include opportunities for lion tracking. You can also take day and night game drives, and go birdwatching. There is a hide by the lagoon for close-up views of hippos, crocodiles and birds. This is a favourite spot for sundowners, too.

Facilities: A small thatch are provides a welcoming, cosy bar area. There is a viewing hide by the lagoon. 

Dining: Meals are served communally in the open, beneath the shade of trees by day and under the stars at night.

Children: The camp accepts children 12 years of age and over. As the camp is unfenced, children need to be supervised at all times. 

Health: This is a malarial area. 

Communication: There is very limited mobile reception, no direct ‘phone or fax and no internet.

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