Nsefu Camp

  • Set on a sweeping bend of Luangwa River
  • Originally for photographic safaris, this is Luangwa’s oldest camp
  • Six rondavel rooms with an old-fashioned feel
  • Fantastic guiding
When To Visit South Luangwa National Park:

With a reputation for great guiding, Nsefu is one of the more established lodges here – this camp is a well-oiled property where you can expect a high level of service. It is run by Robin Pope Safaris, one of the park’s most famous operators.

OVERVIEW:
The rondavel style is unique to the South Luangwa, with Nsefu offering a more ‘secure’ and less adventurous safari experience than other camps in the park.

ACCESS & LOCATION: 
Nsefu Camp is located in the Nsefu sector of South Luangwa National Park.

ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES: 
Nsefu consists of just six small concrete rondavels, which look out over a sweeping bend in Luangwa River. It is the oldest lodge in the park and subsequently has a fantastic setting. However, Nsefu’s well-rooted history is also a slight drawback – the rooms are built very close together, resulting in a lack of the privacy that other camps in the park provide.

ACTIVITIES:
Nsefu tends to attract a less adventurous clientele than the majority of camps we use. Nevertheless, the quality of this camp is undeniable – a great choice for mature travellers a little cautious of the adventurous spirit other camps seem to offer.

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