A seasonal camp on the confluence of the Luwi and Luangwa rivers.
There are five spacious tents with en suite facilities under a shady thatch roof. All of the tents overlook the river and have modern en suite bathrooms in the shade of huge trees.
There is a lovely chitenge overlooking the grazing lawn that leads down to the rivers. The camp is on a raised ridge allowing extensive views of the Luangwa for up to a mile. Several hundred hippo live in this stretch of the river.
Kakuli Bush Camp is a small, intimate camp situated in an area of South Luangwa National Park known for its high density of wildlife. One of Norman Carr Safaris’ seasonal camps, it overlooks a floodplain from an elevated bank of the Luangwa River, not far from its confluence with the Lubi (pronounced Luwi) River.
Members of the Expert Africa team first visited Kakuli Bush Camp in the late 1990s – and have returned many times since then. The camp was completely rebuilt in 2008 and on our most recent visit in June 2013 it was still looking lovely.