Guests per Safari Vehicle
Time + Tides Nsolo camp is simplistic and rustic boasting incredible experiences for all. As you look up from a hearty breakfast, watch kingfishers hover and dip for a meal. Hold your breath as a herd of elephants makes its way through the camp during lunch. And in the evenings hear the lion calls echoing over the dry riverbed as you share stories by the fire.
Named after the honeyguide bird, Nsolo plays host to some of the most striking and unusual bird species in South Luangwa National Park.
Boasting five charming rooms that stretch out on a raised wooden platform along a bend in the seasonal Luwi River, Nsolo is a bucket-list Zambian destination. All rooms feature a feather-top bed, open-air en-suite bathroom, and a shady private deck offering views of a permanent river lagoon that teems with wildlife.
The camp is situated alongside an elephant path, there’s no end to the action expected. Chuckle at warthogs and vervet monkeys while enjoying a cold local beer from the bar. Enjoy life’s simple pleasures with afternoon tea and cake in the spacious main lounge.
A unique attraction is the wild dog den nearby where guests can get a closer look at these interesting animals. There are many lion prides that use the dry riverbed as a thoroughfare making for a thrilling wildlife experience. Enjoy walking and driving safaris around the camp which offer big game viewing at its best.
Time + Tide Nsolo also makes a great base for its signature activity: the ‘Sleepout under the Stars’. This extraordinary experience is an adventurous addition to any safari, allowing you to reconnect with nature and each other in a simple, meaningful way.
Just like the early explorers, you fall asleep under a canopy of a million twinkling stars, listening to the susurrations of the nighttime bush. A cosy bedroll, bush loo and culinary team ensure that this experience is as comfortable as it is memorable. Each destination offers a unique experience that celebrates the region’s beauty.
South Luangwa National Park is the highlight of eastern Zambia. Known to locals as simply 'the South Park,' it was initially founded as the Luangwa Game Park in 1904, and converted to one of three game reserves in 1938. The impressive park covers an area of about 9050 square kilometres of the Luangwa Valley floor and lies anywhere from 500 meters to 800 meters above sea level. With its western and northwestern edge bounded by the Muchinga Escarpment and the southern borderline with the meandering Luangwa River, there's no shortage of dramatic and fascinating topography in this stunning game-rich park.
All ages welcome
TIME + TIDE NSOLO, Luwi River, Zambia
All ages welcome