Nsolo Camp is a remote, thatched camp situated on a bend in the Luwi River. This South Luangwa National Park safari lodge consists of 4 stunning individually designed rooms, built on raised wooden platforms under a thatched roof, each overlooking the riverbed and a waterhole in front of camp.
Where possible, the natural features have been incorporated into the structure of the lodge. The bathrooms are open to the trees and stars above, camouflaging the camp amidst the untamed bush.
The main chitenje (main area) hosts the bar and a small library of books. This is an excellent place to relax during the heat of the day and watch the constant activity at the waterhole in front of the camp. Meals are specially prepared by the resident chefs and can be enjoyed indoors or alfresco.