Luwi Bush Camp is Norman Carr Safaris' most remote and rustic camp, with no other camps, or people, for miles. It stands in a small grove of mahogany trees, and has great views over a floodplain to the Luwi riverbed beyond. Although the camp is away from the main Luangwa River, there are two permanent lagoons here, each with an impressive population of hippo and crocodile.
Luwi is a rustic, remote yet comfortable bushcamp built completely of natural materials with minimal impact on the environment. Although the focus is on walking safaris, concentrating on the sounds, smells and smaller wildlife that you can so easily miss from a vehicle, if you spend a few nights here you are likely to see larger game too.
Luwi Bush Camp, at a glance
- Remote setting beside a lagoon in South Luangwa National Park
- Prolific wildlife viewing on the lagoon banks
- Five rustic huts created using indigenous materials
- Open air dining beneath mahogany trees
For leisure and pleasure
- Walking safaris with knowledgeable guides
- Following big game on foot
- Sensational ‘great outdoors’ safari experience
- Accessible for the famous Luwi lion prides
- Wide range of game local to the camp