Luangwa Bush Camping

  • A walking camp in the Nsefu sector
  • Walks cover approximately 10 km per day
  • Often combined with nights at either Tena Tena or Nsefu Camp
  • Owned and run by Robin Pope Safaris
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Luangwa Bush Camping is a walking camp located in the game-rich Nsefu sector. This is a camp well suited to the adventurous traveller.

OVERVIEW:
Stays typically last two or three nights and are often combined with nights at either Tena Tena or Nsefu Camp at the start or finish of the trip. This is a great camp for someone who is keen to experience the incredible walking safaris for which the South Luangwa is renowned. However, if you are looking for the full walking experience, we would recommend Robin Pope’s 5-day Mobile Camp.

ACCESS & LOCATION: 
Luangwa Bush Camping takes place in the Nsefu sector of the South Luangwa National Park

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES: 
All tents come with a mattress on the ground, sheets and bedding, while the 60-litre bucket shower and bush loo are communal. Meals are enjoyed around the campfire or under the stars.

ACTIVITIES:
The simple bush camp holds a maximum of four guests and focuses on exploring the Nsefu sector of the South Luangwa by foot. Guests have an unbeatable experience of the bush with one of Robin Pope’s finest guides.

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