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About Nsefu Camp

Nsefu Camp is situated on a sweeping bend of the Luangwa River, just 12 km north of Tena Tena. Nsefu was the first game camp in Zambia and dates back to the early fifties. The Nsefu Sector was recognised then as a phenomenal area and it still is. The camp can accommodate up to 12 guests in traditional rondavels with en-suite semi-open air bathrooms, while the view of the river is superb and includes a terraced area where game grazes during the day.

The bar, tucked in beside a huge dormant termite mound, overlooks a waterhole that is very productive for game, especially leopard at night. The original rondavels have been extended, with a spacious bathroom added, and each room has a clear view of the river through large windows and from the new wooden verandah.

Safari: Watch game come down to the river to drink or enjoy a game night drive.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Type: Safari
  • Sleeps: 12
  • Check-in: 11:00 AM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM


  • Airport Shuttle

Important Information

Full payment is due 30 days prior to arrival.

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Nsefu Camp is 238.8km from the centre of Luangwa Parks Region , the nearest airport 35.7km (Mfuwe International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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