Nsolo is one of the more historical luxury safari camps in Zambia. It was sited by Norman, Adrian and the legendary Rice Time Tembo in 1987, Nsolo is the local name for the honey guide and the camp was named after this extraordinary little bird.
It isn’t just great guiding, a beautiful location, and superb service standards that make Chiawa one of Zambia’s very special properties. The camp’s interesting history, Meru-style tents, and long list of activities entice a lot of travellers too.
A bush experience for the seasoned safari go-er. Offering only walking safaris, Mwaleshi is a fabulous destination for experienced safari travellers who are thrilled with the incredibly remote location and the rush of close encounters.
Kwihala Camp has a found a really great happy medium. It has achieved a true, raw, wilderness which compliments an extremely polished service and comfortable accommodation. It does give you a real experience in the Tanzanian bush.
With simply stunning views out towards the Luangwa river, Chamilandu Bush Camp has a wonderfully understated elegance and charm, which makes it a really special walking camp.
The camp for those who want that extra bit of luxury. We’ve kept Governors’ IL Moran Camp small and intimate, with added touches that make this the top of the range safari. IL Moran is widely regarded as the premiere camp in the Masai Mara.
Run by Robin Pope Safaris, Tena Tena is a truly wild camp that’s ideal for a walking safari. It’s set in South Luangwa National Park and offers an authentic and adventurous safari while keeping guests close to nature.
Located on the Magical Kunene River in the far North of the country Serra Cafema is nestled on the banks of the river itself, the far side being Angola. The area here is outrageously beautiful and the camps location is superb.