Rustic, remote camp run by the dedicated Coppinger family with satellite bush camps (see Chikoko Trails). Active people will love it – great walking and mountain bike safaris. Rebuilt every year for safari season, using thatch and reeds. Day trips to the eccentric manor of “The Africa House” fame.
Isolated camp overlooking water which attracts lots of game. Thatch tents with plunge pools and lux touches which are a treat in this remote area.
Remote, romantic and right on the river, with good game viewing in this corner of the reserve, which has few other visitors. Cosy stone chalets.
Built from wood and thatch in the shade of giant mahogany trees overlooking waterholes, this camp blends into the bush. Good game viewing in the area.
Wood & thatch raised on stilts, with a traditional bushcamp feeling, furnished simply but comfortably. Just 3 suites! Emphasis on walking as you’d expect in South Luangwa. Fabulous location looking out over the Luangwa River towards the escarpment.
A simple camp of reed & thatch rondawels out on the plain, run by experienced naturalists.
Cosy and unfussy home under big trees right on the river, ideal for families as it’s exclusive use. Neighbouring Nkwali.
Watch elephants from your balcony – it’s elevated with views over the game-rich grasslands; a well located camp.
Similar to nearby Luwi Bush Camp. Wonderful for walking, and game drives too.
Vintage rondavels date back to the 1950s; its been modernised but maintains an elegant old-fashioned feel. Clear views of the river. Close to Tena Tena Camp.