Luambe Camp Accommodation

Accommodation at Luambe Camp is in en-suite safari tents all of which enjoy a spectacular location beneath the trees on the banks of the Luangwa River
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En-suite safari tent accommodation

Guests will be accommodated in 4 spacious en-suite safari tents, each offering a spectacular view of the Luangwa River and its abundant wildlife.

View Camp Layout

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Dining & Activities

Breakfast, lunch and dinner times will be flexible and governed by activities and will be served in the dining area.

The camp offers a fully-inclusive package which includes all meals, local drinks, laundry and activities such as game drives, bush walks, guided birding tours and village tours to Chitungulu.

For more information about the activities, please visit the Discover Luambe page.

A typical day at Luambe

Rates

Full safari package Includes:

  • Accommodation in en-suite safari tents (twin or double configuration)
  • full board & beverages (excl. premium brand)
  • daily laundry service,
  • twice daily activities (game drives or walks, cultural visit or special requests.)

Contact us for Rates

*Please note that the ZAWA park fees are NOT included in the Rates
ZAWA Park Fees
USD 35 per person per day (24 hours) 

Travel Info

Best time to visit Luambe is open from June until the end of October and we feel the best months to visit are from August onwards although June and July can still deliver outstanding safari encounters.

Climate & Clothing: June and July are the coolest months. At times it can be cold at night, with warm and pleasant days. Bring suitable warm clothing. August, September and October are the hottest months with August being modest and October very hot even at night. Game gathers along the river to drink as the bush has dried up completely.

Health: Malaria is present in the Luangwa Valley, so we recommend you take malaria prophylactics. Certain parts in Luambe National Park do have tsetse flies, however they are seen as more of an irritation than a serious threat to health.

Communications: There is currently no mobile coverage in the area around Luambe Camp. Although, in case of emergencies, we are always able to get messages instantly to the outside world.

Power: Luambe Camp runs on solar power with inverters. Limited 240 volt power can therefore be provided for guests in their tents. Solar power is obviously dependent on the sun and the ability to charge the camp’s main batteries during the day. Please bring plenty of battery backup – charging facilities can be limited during overcast days. Please do not use hair dryers, the charging of batteries and laptops is, however, possible.

Visa Requirements: Tourist visas are required for non-SADC clients and the current cost is $50 per person on arrival in Zambia. No visas are required for SADC members.

See what a full day at Luambe Camp entails

Early morning coffee, game drives, birding walks, hippos watching and more..