Originally founded in the 1950s by legendary conservationist Norman Carr, Nsefu Camp was the first photographic safari camp in Zambia, and the reasons for its inception remain clear. The view of the Luangwa River is widely praised, and the valley in which the camp resides hosts huge concentrations of game, including buffalo, giraffe and hippopotamus. Leopards are known to gather at the nearby waterhole during the evening. Each of Nsefu Camp's 6 rondavels feature traditional safari furnishings, comfortable beds surrounded by large windows with captivating views, and open en-suite bathrooms with lavish basins dating to the 1920s.
South Luangwa National Park, Zambia
No Kids Under 12 Years of Age
Services & Amenities
Dining Room, Bar, Lounge, Nature Trails, Library, Laundry Services, Mosquito Nets, En-Suite Bathrooms, Private Verandas.