Nkwali Camp is located on private land adjacent to the South Luangwa National Park. The camp enjoys a lovely setting overlooking a wide bend in the Luangwa River, and has easy access to the game-rich Mfuwe Sector of the National Park, via bridge and pontoon.
The private property on which the camp is located is blessed with an abundant ebony woodland as well as open grass plains, and game around the camp is plentiful. Mfuwe is the most famous sector of the South Luangwa National Park, and offers arguably the best opportunities within the Park of seeing the shy and reclusive leopard, as well as the South Luangwa Valley's endemic species of giraffe, the Thornicroft's Giraffe. General game-viewing in the Mfuwe sector is excellent, and has earned the South Luangwa Valley its reputation as Zambia's premier safari destination.
Activities at Nkwali Camp are very much focused on the Mfuwe Sector's abundance of wildlife, with game-drives in open safari vehicle being the mainstay. Guests are taken out in these specially adapted four wheel drive vehicles by qualified and knowledgeable professional guides. Guided night drives are also conducted, with the opportunity to see various of the nocturnal species that take over once the sun has set. Game walks, led by a qualified guide and accompanied by an armed game scout, offer an even more intimate bush experience.
Nkwali is the perfect gateway to the South Luangwa National Park. Its location in the game-rich Mfuwe Sector of the Park ensures a great safari experience. The Mfuwe Sector is South Luangwa's most easily accessible region, and Nkwali is open longer than most South Luangwa camps (April through December).
Nkwali accommodates a maximum of twelve guests in six cool and spacious A-frame chalets, constructed of woven bamboo and thatch. Each chalet has its own enormous open-air en suite bathroom constructed primarily of molded clay. Thick cotton towels and an assortment of British toiletries are a luxurious touch. Common areas are also breezy and spacious. The bar is creatively built around an enormous ebony tree and the separate dining area overlooks a small lagoon which often attracts elephants and bushbuck to drink.For more information about Nkwali Camp call toll-free: 888.227.8311
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