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Nkwali Camp is built on the banks of the Luangwa River, overlooking the National Park. The land is superb game country, with a beautiful area of ebony woodland and open grass plains.

The six guest rooms are made of woven bamboo and thatch. They are airy and cool with open-air en-suite bathrooms. The bar is built around an enormous ebony tree and the separate dining area overlooks a small lagoon which often attracts elephants and bushbuck down to drink.

Nkwali also offers a swimming pool to cool off in on those warm lazy afternoons!

The game is always in the vicinity of the camp. With three distinct habitats, the river, the adjoining lagoons and the plains there is a wide diversity of game. Amongst the species, waterbuck, zebra, warthog and greater kudu are commonplace. The wandering herds of elephant are amongst some of the largest left in Africa. Buffalo continuously move in search of fresh pastures and water. In their wake come the predators, the lion and hyena.

Nkwali is a top lodge offering great guiding and first rate service.

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