Nsefu Camp


  • Steeped in history this camp dates back to the 1950s.
  • Superb river views.
  • The busy waterhole is a hotspot for leopard at night.
  • Enjoy breakfast and dinner on the riverbank.
  • Spectacular game viewing from camp.

Open:  Late Jan to March and late May to November (Specific dates each year - please ask for details). 

Location:   On the banks of the Luangwa River deep in the Nsefu sector of the park. the nearest airport is Mfuwe,a 75 minute drive from the camp.

Rooms:  6 luxury rondavels with verandas overlooking the river.

Activities:   Day and night game drives, guided walking safaris, village visits, boating safaris (seasonal) and birdwatching.

Facilities:  Comfortable lounge and bar areas overlooking small seasonal waterhole and a separate thatch dining area with sweeping views of the river. The camp is run on solar power and has a backup generator for cloudy days. tap water is from a borehole and is safe for drinking, although bottled water is also provided to guests free of charge.

Dining:  Meals are served communally in the thatch dining area or under the stars.

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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Client Rating for Zambia 5/5 from 53 reviews

Again lovely location on the bend of the river viewing wild life from our excellent accommodation or while eating our excellent and frequent meals.

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