Luwi Bush Camp is a seasonal camp nestled under huge mahogany trees on the banks of a permanent lagoon.
Accommodation is in four huts that are made of grass and thatch with polished mud floors. All meals are served in the shade of the trees, with a view of the grassy plain that normally attracts lots of wildlife.
The camp is one of the camps situated deepest in the Luangwa wilderness, lending the camp a rustic appeal and providing a truly African bush experience.
Luwi Bush Camp is Norman Carr Safaris’ most remote and rustic camp, with no other camps, or people, for miles. It stands in a small grove of mahogany trees, and has great views over a floodplain to the Luwi riverbed beyond. Although the camp is away from the main Luangwa River, there are two permanent lagoons here, each with an impressive population of hippo and crocodile.
Luwi is an intimate bushcamp with just four en-suite chalets of grass and thatch, tucked amongst the trees. Although each is slightly different, all are rustic but functional and comfortable, with twin or double beds under a large walk-in mosquito net and reed mats on the solid earth floors. The furniture is very rustic, too, with just a hanging rail and a shelf for your luggage, simply made from local wood and reeds.