Located on a wide bend of the Luangwa River in South Luangwa National Park's remote and game-rich Nsefu Sector, Nsefu is run by Robin Pope Safaris. An hour’s drive from their base at Nkwali, it was originally built in the 1950s. It is the South Luangwa's oldest camp – and for years has been a really high-quality bushcamp with a strong focus on guiding. >> STOP PRESS: Nov 2013 - The South Luangwa's Nsefu Sector is the location for the BBC TV programmes: "Africa 2013: Countdown to the rains". View on BBC2 in the UK on Sunday evening, 8pm - presented by Kate Humble and Simon King. <<
Our view of Nsefu
Nsefu is a simple, yet stylish little bushcamp – and hard to fault. It is both laid back and intimate, with some of the best guiding we have come across in the South Luangwa. Over the years we have visited Nsefu many times and always felt instantly welcome and at ease – we can recommend it without any hesitation.
Nsefu: Traveller ratings
Nsefu is Luangwa's oldest camp.