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I absolutely loved it here! It is so remote and peaceful and the beautiful little camp sits in harmony with its environment so well. The rooms were wonderful: very attractive and incredibly comfortable. Nights were cold and we found hot water bottles tucked under the...More
This was my second stop in South Luangwa National Park. It was different from Kakula but still unique and an awesome experience. Once you arrive you are greated with a warm smile by Emanuel and a lovely shandy! I loved the walking safari's and was...More
This is our 4th visit to Luwi and Norman Carr Safaris.
As usual the camp was brilliant. The remote location, a major attraction to us, offset by the attention to detail in the accommodation (huge beds , mosquito nets, beautiful openair ensuites -now with solar...More
This was the second trip to Zambia for my husband and I and our two friends but our first time with Norman Carr Safaris. Luwi Bush Camp was the first of three Norman Carr camps that we stayed at during our seven day visit to...More
My first tryst with Norman Carr. And it all started with Luwi Bush Camp. I don't have words to describe how pretty this place is. The hut supported by the tree trunk, the open shower, the bar, the sitting area, and all in the middle...More
Response from NormanCarr | Property representative |
Dear Perdita - thanks for getting in touch about our Luwi Camp. As Sayandev mentioned, we have 2 guides and scouts in every camp and try not to have more than 4-5 guests on any drive or walk. Guests generally decide what to... More
Dear Perdita - thanks for getting in touch about our Luwi Camp. As Sayandev mentioned, we have 2 guides and scouts in every camp and try not to have more than 4-5 guests on any drive or walk. Guests generally decide what to do over dinner the night before in consultation with the guide and camp manager.