Reviews of Nsefu
They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
This was our second visit to Nsefu and it is our favourite camp.
The location is perfect and it is in a less visited part of the park. We were made welcome by Sebastian and Ruth. All the staff were fantastic.
Special thanks goes to our guide Chelumba and to Thomas. The wildlife viewing was outstanding.
Overnight at Nsefu
Again we spent only one night at the end of the Mobile Walking Safari before setting off for Tena Tena. This is a favourite camp - please don't change it!
The rooms are closer together than at other RPS camps but the location and the game which comes to the river each day - and into camp - is wonderful.
Food and service as good as ever.
Masses of game in wonderful habitats
Our second trip to Nsefu and it was just as good as we remembered.
Although the dining area had been washes away the dining table set with proper chairs under the trees was spectacular.
Game plentiful and the walking safaris memorable.
The same comment's as before for Nsefu, wildlife very much on your doorstep, saw Elephant's, various Antelope's, Baboon, heard Lion's very close by, all without even leaving the camp!
I have been to Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda, all wonderful place's, but what i loved most about Zambia is the remoteness, seeing more animal's then people, it's just packed with wildlife, and you can go day's before you saw another vehicle.... and have to reiterate how lovely the Zambian people are!
Very good staff and guides with an extraordinary about of game to viewRead more about the whole safari
Return to Nsefu
This was our fourth visit to Nsefu, and it was as enjoyable and rewarding as ever. The camp has an idyllic location on a bend in the Luangwa river, with superb game viewing close by.
We were delighted by the warm welcome from Daudi, who manages Nsefu so well, and Braston, whose guiding skills are exceptional. He is an expert at "reading the bush".
The Nsefu cooks produced memorable meals on every occasion. We will be back!
a nice gentle way to return to civilization
My Dad and I, although disapointed to be leaving the Mobile camp had a great time at Nsefu.
The camp was very well run and beautifulA very romantic place also a witness by the young couple on their honeymoon .All throughout our trip not only the staff and locals were great, the other guests were nice interesting people also. Of course the landscape and the wildlife were the stars.
It was easier to tell people here in Canada what I didn't see as opposed to what I did see after seeing everything I could imagine
This was our favourite fixed camp due to its position on the bend of the Luangwa river.
Again the food and guiding were excellent
Game drives were great
My game drives with Daudi were brilliant, he had such a sense of calm and trust, and I knew he would get us really good views of the animals.
Whilst I was staying at Nsefu, there was also a photography safari group and an individual there to takes photos, at times I felt that everything was run to suit them and that the rest of us had to fit their agenda, whilst I appreciate that we all eat meals together and are courteous and respectful of each other, I did not feel the same happy and fun vibe that I experienced at Tena Tena.
Daudi did an excellent job of getting us viewings of the leopard with its kill, despite the fact that the guys taking photographs (and the resident filming crew) seemed to dominate that type of viewing. Personally I felt a bit slighted by this as we had all paid to stay there and although Daudi did his upmost best, I did feel that they were given somewhat preference, or rather demanded it.
That aside I really enjoyed my drives with Daudi and he was indeed the highlight of my stay there
I felt truly immersed in the environment in this camp. Eight elephants walked through the camp in the middle of the day and browsed among the baboons, puku and love birds. The view of the river below is spectacular.
The service, the meals, the guiding and the rooms were excellent. I'd love to go back there on day.