Perched high above the Luangwa River, Time + Tide Kakuli offers impressive vistas of the river's many visitors below. Designed to celebrate the panoramic setting, the rooms have a long, low profile and a bright, airy feel.
Freshly redesigned in 2018, the rooms offer comfort in all seasons by incorporating features such as a covered open-air lounge and indoor and outdoor showers.
Right from your room, you can listen to the bellowing hippos, see bee-eaters perform their aerial acrobatics and watch elephants and giraffes wandering down to the river.
Kakuli means old Bull and was the nickname the local people gave to Norman Carr.
Back to South Luangwa
Kakuli offers spectacular views and is situated on an elevated stretch of the Luangwa River near the confluence of the Luwi River. About 2 hours drive 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.
4 Double Tents under thatched roofs and 1 Family Tent which has 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms
All rooms have a River view and the following features:
In room seating area
Bathrooms are covered and have an indoor and outdoor shower
Sleep outs can be organised in the dry Luwi Riverbed for those who are more adventurous and want to feel fully immersed in nature.
The elevated main chitenge and deck overlook the river and a permanent waterhole
Beneath the lounge is a wildlife hide that offers up-close views of the wildlife stopping by for a drink
Don't be surprised if brunch is interrupted by a giraffe arriving to feed on the nearby trees
There is a common lounge, dining area and bar and a camp fire area for morning tea and coffee and pre dinner drinks
Inclusive – game drives, walking safaris, seasonal boating.
In the dry season, the camp is a fantastic base for exploring by vehicle and foot. The area is renowned for having abundant leopards, a resident lion pride and a seasonal colony of the immensely beautiful carmine bee-eaters. You can walk between Nsolo and Kakuli and Kakuli and Mchenja Camps.
During the Emerald Season (20 January to 4 April), clients can explore by foot and boat, and enjoy some of the best opportunities for wildlife and landscape photography.
Extra – private guide and sleep outs
Children 8 years and older are welcome (younger have to be done though on request)
Private guide might be needed depending on ages
There is 1 Family Room
20th January to 4th April and 20th May to 7th November
Time + Tide support various community projects with the main areas of focus on female empowerment, home based education, student sponsorship, wildlife conservation and health and hygiene. They support Kapani school.
They also support Conservation South Luangwa
For more information and details on their projects please visit https://timeandtidefoundation.org/
Camp runs on solar power.
There is a central charging unit in the Main area.
No Wifi or network coverage