Nsefu has the distinction of being the oldest safari camp in Zambia; it is situated in the South Luangwa National Park was completely rebuilt in 1998 by Robin Pope Safaris using the foundations of the famous original camp built by Norman Carr.
Accommodations are in six elegant and comfortable thatched cottages, all beautifully and simply decorated; each with an adjoining bathroom. From the camp there are marvelous views over the Luangwa River and surrounding floodplains.
The South Luangwa National Park has the greatest concentration of crocodile and hippo in Africa and is a good area for leopard and lion. Nsefu is located in an extremely wildlife-rich area and activities offered include day and night game drives and walking safaris, as well as bush picnics in the area surrounding the camp.