Robin Pope Safaris - Nkwali

South Luangwa

Nkwali is located on the banks of the Luangwa on a magnificent meander in the river overlooking the National Park where leopards roam along the bank and can often be spotted from camp.

Situated on Robin Pope Safaris’ private land outside the park there is a private game viewing area behind camp as well as exclusive access into the park either by boat or across the pontoon.

The six chalets with bamboo woven walls and thatch roofs offer a rustic luxury opening up to magnificent views of the river as well as open air en-suite bathrooms. Nkwali offers understated elegance, seclusion and superb service.

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Robin Pope Safaris - Nkwali
Location

Located on private land outside of the Park, on the banks of the Luangwa River. A 40 Minute road transfer from Mfuwe Airport.

Access into Mfuwe Airport is either via scheduled flight from Lusaka on Proflight, direct flight from Jeki or Royal during the peak season or via scheduled flight on Ulendo Air from Lilongwe. Charter flights can also be organised.

Information

6 open front chalets including 1 honeymoon/family Suite

Room features include:

En-suite open air bathrooms with double basins and showers
Mosquito nets
Fans
Safe
Verandah

 

Chalet Exterior Room Layout Bathroom View from the Room

Plunge pool overlooking a lagoon that is teeming with life
Bar, communal dining area, lounge and library

Swimming Pool Lounge Dining on the Banks of the Luangwa Brunch

Daily morning and afternoon walking safaris or game drives, cultural/village tour, visit to Chimpembele, visit local market and Tribal Textiles

Crossing into the Park on pontoon Game Drive Walking Safari Emerald Season Boating

Children aged 7 years and older are welcome

One family chalet is available at Nkwali

Kids Fun in the Kitchen Family off on safari Family Sundowners Kids on Game Drive

Open all year round

Giving Back: Operating lodges and camps in protected ecosystems in Africa alongside local indigenous communities and wildlife comes with a great deal of responsibility. Robin Pope Safaris is committed to responsible tourism and conducts their business in a manner that benefits the environment and wildlife conservation, the people who work for them, and their neighboring communities. In this way their tourism operations, and the presence of their guests, has the capacity to protect natural wildlife areas, alleviate poverty through good employment practices and contribute positively to the local community. For further information on their projects please follow this link:

https://www.robinpopesafaris.net/responsible-tourism.php

Kawaza Village Anti Poaching Football in the village Clean Water

The camp is run on mains electricity with a backup generator

There is no WiFi but there is cellular reception

Additionally, all water is from a borehole but is safe for drinking; bottled water is also provided at the camp free of charge.