Along the banks of the Luangwa River
Six ensuite rondavels with private verandas
Breathtaking river views
A lovely bar area, dining room and comfortable sitting room are nestled along the river bank
Twice-daily game drives (including night drives) and walking safaris
Dating back to the early fifties, Nsefu Camp was created as the first photographic safari camp in Zambia. Nowadays, guests can still experience the breathtaking vistas and pristine surrounds the camp has become renowned for, as it lies in the relevantly untouched area of the Nsefu Sector. Nestled along a beautiful stretch of the Luangwa River, Nsefu has six ensuite rondavels that boast lovely views of the river from private verandas.
A discerning bar is tucked beside a large, vacant termite mound and overlooks a waterhole thath is frequented by wildlife - if guests are fortunate enough they might spot a leopard in the evening. A comfortable sitting room and a dining area, where scrumptious menus are served, also provide lovely river views. Adventures include twice-daily game drives (including exhilarating night drives) and guided walking safaris.