Chindeni is one of the most popular camps out of The Bushcamp Company portfolio, especially for keen birders! The camp overlooks a lagoon which is home to plentiful pelicans, yellow-billed storks, fish eagles, kingfishers and many more. The rooms are spacious and luxurious and the staff and guiding is excellent – an overall great choice of camp.
Similar to Chikoko Tree Camp, Crocodile Bush Camp is an intimate bush camp that is part of the Remote Africa portfolio. The camp is rebuilt each year from reed and thatch and is accessed only by foot, emphasizing the walking and ‘remote’ element of the camp.
In a remote and wild area, north of the South Luangwa National Park, Chikoko Camp is part of Remote Afria’s Chikoko walking trails. The surrounding area has no roads or vehicles, so everything is brought into the camp before the opening season, and activities are all on foot! This is the beauty of the camp – with a real “Africa as it once was” feel about it.
Sat just north of the Nsefu region in the South Luangwa National Park, is Remote Africa’s Tafika Camp. This intimate camp, which can accommodate up to 14 guests, offers authentic accommodation in the heart of the bush, with a delicate balance of comfort and rustic.
Tena Tena has long been a safari favourite in South Luangwa National Park and as the original Robin Pope Safari Camp, it is clear why! With simple safari tents and open-air bathrooms, the accommodation at Tena Tena is authentic and makes you feel completely at one with nature.
Nkwali Lodge is sat on the banks of the Luangwa River, on private land owned and run by Robin Pope Safaris. Its position, outside of the parks boundaries, means that exclusivity and privacy are combined with excellent game viewing… the perfect combination for those looking for seclusion!