Spending a few nights in the Robin Pope Safaris bush-camp...
Robin Pope Safaris bush-camp: Our full report
If you stay at either of Robin Pope safari's camps in the Nsefu Sector of the South Luangwa National Park, Nsefu or Tena Tena, then it's also possible to opt (in advance) to go on a RPS bushcamp for a night or two – to sleep out with your guide, deep in the bush, around a campfire.This involves walking with your guide and a maximum of three other guests. You camp simply, using a small canvas tent, a hot bucket shower and a long-drop toilet – though a camp assistant and a chef come along to help raise the experience to a magical one!
As well as Nsefu and its nearby sister camp, Tena Tena, Robin Pope Safaris also run Nkwali, Robin's House and the Luangwa Safari House in the Mfuwe area of park. Further afield, in the Lower Zambezi National Park, RPS are also partly responsible for Chongwe River House.
Accessible by: Fly-and-Transfer
Owner: Independent / Owner Run
Food & drink
Usual board basis: Full Board
Dining locations: Outdoor Dining
Drinks included: Soft drinks, house wine and local spirits are included in the rates, but fine wines, champagne and imported spirits and liqueurs are charged as extras.
Further dining info: Yes
Solo Travel: Solo travellers sometimes include a night in the Robin Pope Safaris’ bush-camp as part of an adventurous holiday. This very intimate experience leads you deep into the bush where you sleep out around a campfire – and remarkably there’s no single-person supplement.See more ideas for Solo Travel in Zambia
Birdwatching: Robin Pope Safari guides are generally very knowledgeable about the varied birdlife of the area.See more ideas for Birdwatching in Zambia
Generally recommended for children: No
Power supply: None
Health & safety
Malarial protection recommended: Yes
Dangerous animals: High Risk
Disabled access: Not Possible
Laundry facilities: No Laundry Facilities