OVERVIEW ON KAKULI BUSH CAMP IN SOUTH LUANGWA – NORTHERN
Kakuli Bush Camp is a seasonal camp on the confluence of the Luwi and Luangwa rivers.
Accommodation, Facilities & Amenities At Kakuli Bush Camp
- There are five spacious Kakuli Bush Camp tents under shady thatched roofs, each with an open-air bathroom.
- All of the Kakuli Bush Camp tents overlook the river with stunning views up and down this hippo-packed stretch of river.
- There is a lovely chitenge overlooking the grazing lawn that leads down to the rivers.
- This area of the park is renowned for its great game viewing and guests will usually split their time between walking and driving.
About Norman Carr’s Camps and Lodges
Norman Carr spent over 50 years devoting himself to the development of the South Luangwa National Park. In the 1950s he pioneered walking safaris in the Zambian bush. His legacy is Norman Carr Safaris, where conservation and care of the local community remain a priority, and where guiding is still based on the principles that Norman developed.
The current operation of the Norman Carr Camps and Lodges are all proud to take responsibility for the legacy left by such a great man. The guiding team at Norman Carr Camps and Lodges are widely regarded to be the most experienced and knowledgeable in Zambia – most of them were trained by Norman himself.
The company has set up and is committed to a program of guide exchanges allowing us to expand our knowledge by experiencing similar wilderness operations both in other Parks in Zambia and also around the world.
Dining At Kakuli Bush Camp
- Daytime meals are served in the shade of the trees with a view of the grassy plain that normally attracts an abundance of wildlife, while dinner is taken under the stars accompanied by the many sounds of the African night.
Activities At Kakuli Bush Camp
- Morning, afternoon and night wildlife viewing and game drives.
- Sunset and Sundowners.
- Experience Zambia’s renowned Africa walking safaris in South Luangwa National Park.
- Ornithological experience.
- Community and village visits.