Kakuli Camp

Highlights
  • At One with Nature
    There is no buffer between Kakuli and the surrounding bush, giving you a true bush experience.
  • Wildlife in Camp
    The small lagoon in front of the main area attracts a variety of wildlife, including elephants that wonder through the camp frequently.
  • Top Night Drives
    Night drive safaris from Kakuli provide you with an unforgettable safari experience.
  • The Real Deal
    Walking safaris from Kakuli are amazing! As soon as you are on foot in the bush you become a part of it, you can hear, smell and feel the bush.
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General Information

Norman Carr Safaris is a revered name in Zambia’s South Luangwa region. Norman Carr developed the pioneering idea of taking people to look at animals and photograph them rather than hunt them. This portfolio of 5 camps offers a high standard of accommodation and conservation in the South Luangwa National Park and Liuwa National Park.

Kakuli Bush Camp is a tented bush camp with magnificent views, on the banks of the Luangwa River. There are 4 traditional walk-in safari tents each with en-suite bathrooms made with natural materials.

Amenities
  • Game Drives
  • Night Drivers
  • Guided Walks
  • Bird watching
  • Swimming Pool (Mchenja and Chinzombo)
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Zambian Carnivore Programme Research Activity
Location

Kakuli Bushcamp is a seasonal camp situated in a high density wildlife area within the South Luangwa National Park and is built at the confluence of the Luangwa and Lubi (pronounced Luwi) rivers.

Rooms

Kakuli Bushcamp consists of five spacious, traditional safari tents under shady thatched roofs, each with an open-air bathroom. All of the tents overlook the river with stunning views of the Luangwa. Simple and well decorated, the tents at Kakuli are attractive and well lit, with mesh windows. A wooden door links each tent to an open-air en-suite bathroom, which is enclosed in a wall of reeds.

Dining

All meals, comprising breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea and dinner, are included. Most meals are served buffet-style, but for dinner you will generally be seated with the person/s who has accompanied you on your safaris that day, plus your guide, giving you the opportunity to discuss your experiences of the day together. However, other arrangements can certainly be accommodated. Dinner consists of a three-course meal, freshly prepared, cooked in camp and served to you at your table.

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