Luangwa Parks Region
About Robins House
Robins House lies on the edge of Nkwali Camp. Recently renovated, this private house is ideal for families, honeymooners and all other guests looking for a little privacy.
Set apart from the camp, on the banks of the Luangwa River, Robin’s House has an amazing view of the river and the animals that come down to drink. The grove of mahogany and ebony trees shade the front of the house and provide a perfect lunch site. There are two luxury bedrooms, each with its own very large en-suite bathroom, and a central sitting room and dining room. The private kitchen and chef, along with a valet, allow meals to be served where and when you like. The plunge pool is perfect for cooling off on the hotter days. There is also a private guide and safari vehicle for game viewing activities.
Open year round, the private safaris include walking, drives, night drives and visits to Kawaza Village and school. Family safaris is a specialty with activities tailored specifically for the children.
Rates include full board, all game viewing activities, laundry, bar, transfers to/from Mfuwe Airport, meet and greet at Lusaka Airport and Mfuwe Airport.
Rates exclude visas, airport taxes, flights. Age policy: Robin's House 0, Nkwali/Luangwa River Camp, LSH 7, Tena Tena/Nsefu 12 (no child rate), Bush Camping 16, Walking/Mobile 21.
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*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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