Nestled on the banks of the Luangwa River overlooking South Luangwa National Park, Nkwali Camp offers an intimate safari experience in one of the last remaining wilderness areas in Africa.
Accommodations at the camp consist of six charming chalets. Each chalet is made with woven bamboo walls and thatched roofs that blend harmoniously into the natural environment. There is one double room, four twins, and a honeymoon suite/family suite to choose from which can house up to a maximum of fourteen guests. Each chalet is furnished with an open, spacious bedroom and sitting area with views of the river and an alfresco en suite bathroom with a double vanity and a shower. At night, the Constantia grill doors are pulled together for added privacy.
The camp is located on the banks of the Luangwa River on Robin Pope Safaris’ private land outside South Luangwa National Park, a world-famous wildlife haven. The 5,623-square mile park enjoys a dense animal population including impalas, pukus, waterbucks, giraffes, and buffaloes grazing on the plains. A high number of leopards stalk the dense woodlands, while herds of elephant wade through the marshes and hippos play in the Luangwa River. The Muchinga Escarpment forms the park’s western and northwestern boundaries, sloping steeply down to the river from the west side. The river valley, continued to the west by the Lunsemfwa River valley, forms a natural barrier, and to this day there are no man-made roads spanning the valley.