Nsolo Bush Camp
Nsolo is one of Norman Carr Safaris’ remote seasonal bush camps in Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park. Nsolo consists of four very spacious thatched-roofed chalets set on raised wooden platforms overlooking a bend in the Luwi sand river. Each is individually designed and has its own private veranda.
Each of the open fronted rooms has an en suite open air bathroom and a private veranda over looking the surrounding bush. There is a thatched building with bar and dining area offering a peaceful refuge where you can study the collection of books or view a variety of game at the waterhole.
During a stay here you can choose from vehicle based day and night game drives, as well as guided bush walks. The South Luangwa National Park has a great diversity of wildlife and is regarded as a very good place to see leopard as well as lion. Nsolo combines well with the other three Norman Carr bush camps in South Luangwa as part of a walking safari itinerary.
For an even greater sense of wilderness, you can enjoy the “Return to the Wild” sleep-out experience which is available at a supplementary cost and is a superb way to enjoy the African bush.
This National Park, as the name suggests, is the southernmost of the country’s parks, lying in the valley of the Luangwa River. Covered in woodlands and savannahs, the park is most famous for its predators, as well as giraffe, hippo and zebra.