South Luangwa National Park
The South Luangwa National Park marks the end of the Great Rift Valley, one of the last remaining unspoiled wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa. It is through this that the great meandering Luangwa River runs with its lagoons, riverine supported woodlands and large plains, all of which play host to huge concentrations of game including elephant, buffalo, leopard, lion, giraffe, hippo and over 450 species of birds.
Situated in the exclusive Nsefu Sector on a magnificent meander on the Luangwa River across which elephants often cross lies the historic Nsefu Camp. The camp welcomes just twelve guests in six brick and thatch rondavels with spacious en-suite facilities. Each room has a clear view of the river whether it be from the comfort of your bed or the chairs out on the verandah. The views can simply be described as the best view in the South Luangwa. The bar and sitting area sit snugly between a large termite mound and lagoon, unobtrusive and cozy but making the most of the extensive wildlife that comes down to the lagoon to drink – lion and leopard can…