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The camp is very well set out & accommodation very good for the bush.
It wasnt until after visiting the other 2 camps we became aware of where improvements could be made.
Becky was there to greet us, but throughout I found her a little...More
We did a 4 camp, 8 day safari through Luwi, N’solo, Kakuli and Mchenja camps and it was wonderful. These are largely WALKING safaris; you should walk if you can. You see the same critters (and you see everything), at their level, in the silence...More
Lawrence and his staff are excellent, so helpful and knowledgeable.
Walking safari with Lawrence is the best, he is great at passing his knowledge on of the animals and countryside. It makes the Safari so much more interesting.
Food was great and accommodation is very...More
Luwi camp is the farthest away (in a nice, isolated way) from the other Norman Carr camps in South Luangwa. I think we only ran into a car from the other Norman Carr camp (Nsolo) once. Don't mistake any of this for being "primitive". This...More
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
Response from TimeandTideAfrica | 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.
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"As close as you can get to nature in the peace and quiet of the bush."