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Nsolo Camp

Overlooking a waterhole, in the shade of a large grove of sausage and mahogany trees, Time+Tide Nsolo Camp sits on the banks of the Luwi sand river in South Luangwa National Park. -----
A myriad of thirsty wildlife visits the waterhole in front of the camp and game viewing is nothing short of exceptional. Positioned alongside an elephant path, there’s no end to the action around camp. With a wild dog den nearby and lion prides using the dry riverbed as a thoroughfare, walking and driving safaris around the camp offer big game viewing at its best.

Time+Tide Nsolo Camp is the local name for the honey-guide and the camp was named after this extraordinary little bird. In fact, Nsolo's location plays host to some of the most striking and unusual bird species in South Luangwa National Park. The South Luangwa’s notable birds include the great white pelican, Verreaux’s eagle owl, and the vibrant little southern carmine bee-eater.
There are five spacious thatched en-suite chalets on raised decks, each with its own style hidden among the trees and using natural features to help blend them into the surroundings. The bathrooms are all open-air, but fully private hot running showers and flush toilets. Each chalet also comes with a shady private deck offering uninterrupted views of the permanent lagoon that teems with
wildlife.

The main area at Time+Tide Nsolo is a shady refuge from the heat that consists of a lounge, bar, library and dining area. With a menu designed to celebrate local ingredients, expect dishes such as perfectly grilled meats, handmade pastas and fresh salads made with produce that Time+Tide grow themselves. The common areas are ideal chill-out spots, perfectly placed for passing wildlife. Lean back and enjoy the banter between warthogs, vervet monkeys, and hippos while enjoying a cold local beer from the bar.

South Luangwa National Park

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