Treat yourself to a stay in South Luangwa combining Kakuli, Mchenja & Chinzombo.
All 3 camps were built by the founding father of walking safaris and conservation in South Luangwa, Norman Carr. Start at Kakuli, situated near the colourful carmine bee-eater colonies overlooking the Luangwa River in one of the best game viewing areas.
The beautiful camp has everything you need for a romantic stay in the bush from the beautiful private suites to the excellent guides.
From here you head to Mchenja nestled in an ebony grove it is where luxury meets adventure in the heart of the reserve.
Surrounded by a diversity of habitats there are often prides of lions and herds of elephants wandering through the camp so no need to leave your secluded luxurious suite! Last but not least enjoy 2 nights at Chinzombo the utmost luxury in the bush!
The award-winning camp retains its bush authenticity with canvas walls which blend into the riverside setting but inside the panoramic villas is the comfort of your own private plunge pool, luxurious bubble bath and magnificent bed.
And if that isn’t enough the award-winning guides will take you around one of the best areas of the park for some incredible sightings!
From here you will fly over to the beautiful Likoma Island, located in the middle of Lake Malawi.
With its crystal clear waters and beautiful individually crafted chalets in the stone of the island, it is a piece of tropical paradise.
The saying is no shoes no news, upgrade to a superior chalet and sip champagne from your private plunge pool, take a couples massage at the spa or venture into the island to see the incredible cathedral which is the same size as St Pauls in London!
Perched high above the Luangwa River, Kakuli Camp offers impressive vistas of the river’s many visitors below. Freshly redesigned in 2018, the suites offer comfort in all seasons, a stay at Kakuli is a truly awe-inspiring experience.
The area is renowned for some of the best game viewing opportunities in Zambia with resident prides of lion, leopards and other hidden wonders. This is one of the best camps in the South Luangwa for viewing the immensely beautiful and iconic carmine bee-eaters.
Mchenja Camp offers luxury in the heart of the national park. From the camp, you can watch large herds of elephants crossing the Luangwa. While on safari, game viewing in this area is superb, with leopards and lions sometimes wandering through the ebony grove in search of prey.
The suites bring style, comfort and luxury to an authentic safari experience. Each suite features soft beds, large picture windows and a claw foot bath looking out onto the river. A refreshing pool is ideal for relaxing between safari activities – just be ready to share with the thirsty elephants!
This wildly luxurious camp retains its bush authenticity with grass and canvas walls and spacious living areas that melt into the exquisitely tranquil riverside setting. Explore the region’s diverse habitats with game drives, safari walks and boat cruises (seasonal).
The South Luangwa is renowned for its world-class predator action, with especially strong sightings of the elusive leopard. Explore the region’s diverse habitats with game drives, safari walks and boat cruises (seasonal).
Kaya Mawa consistently features as one of the top lodges in Africa. Here you can enjoy incredible food, sit back, relax and enjoy the next few days in paradise. Make the most of the incredible snorkelling, crystal clear waters, fascinating birdlife, diverse flora and fauna, and stunning sunsets.
There are eleven rooms, spread out around two beaches and a rocky knoll, all offering spectacular views over the lake with understated simple yet elegant designs. Rooms enjoy en-suite bathrooms, private terraces, direct access to the glistening waters of Lake Malawi or their own private plunge pools
After breakfast it’s time to catch your flight from Likoma Island back to Lilongwe for your onward journey.
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