Taking the local name for the greater honeyguide bird, Nsolo Bush Camp overlooks a bend of the usually dry Luwi River, a tributary of the Luangwa. One of the Expert Africa team first visited the camp in 1995, when its rustic style and firm focus on walking safaris was almost universal amongst the park's many seasonal bushcamps. Since then Nsolo has kept its ethos, unlike most contemporaries, and continues to appeal to safari lovers whose passion is walking.
Our view of Nsolo Bushcamp
Nsolo is still a rustic, very open-air bushcamp with lots of charm which is well run by an excellent, friendly team. It is best visited as a base for walking safaris, especially when used as the start of a camp-to-camp walking safari following the Luwi River. Come for a classic Luangwa walking safari and to get a real feeling for the bush – just don't expect designer chic.
Nsolo Bushcamp: Traveller ratings
Nsolo Bushcamp has just four chalets all built on timber platforms.