Nsobe Game Camp
In a setting of lakes and beautifully maintained parkland, Nsobe Game Camp is home to 15 species of antelope, giraffe, warthogs and zebra, and over 320 kinds of birds. There is a conference centre here, seating up to 80 delegates, ideal for those looking for a venue in a tranquil setting. And at a stunning setting overlooking the lake, you'll find the Nsobe restaurant - open to both residents and visitors. Nsobe Game Camp also has a swimming pool, and poolside bar and grill.
Safari camp in Ndola, Zambia
- Situated in a quiet natural area
- Variety of activities
- Self-catering option
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The facilities at Nsobe Game Camp include two public bars, a restaurant, a swimming pool and a butchery. The secluded Bush Spa includes a sauna, jacuzzi and resident masseuse, and the TV Lounge has satellite television. Lawn sports equipment for croquet and volleyball are also available.
The camp blends in naturally with the environment where animals and birds abound. It offers a range of accommodation to suit different styles and budgets.
Safaris in Ndola, Zambia
- Safari trips in Nsobe's open vehicle or your own vehicle
- Three man canoes available for hire
- Tours available to the integrated fish and pig scheme, and the beef feedlot
Visitors can come as day trippers or for longer spells as safari accommodation is available.
Nsobe’ means ‘sitatunga’ in the local language. The sitatunga is a rare shy antelope which you may be fortunate enough to see on safari here. The predominant habitat is miombo woodland. Other habitats include dambos, riverine thickets and wetlands.
Nothing beats a Central African night sky. Being situated 60 kilometres from the nearest electrified town, the Southern Hemisphere constellations and the Milky Way are absolutely spectacular here.
Safari trips: Nsobe has an open safari vehicle, or if you prefer you can use your own vehicle. Apart from the many types of birds, animals you may spot include giraffe, warthog, zebra and 15 types of antelope including the shy sitatunga (from which Nsobe gets its name).
Swimming: At Nsobe Game Camp, you may swim in the dam, or in the natural rock pool – a refreshing bush-style jacuzzi!
Farm tours: Since Nsobe is part of a commercial farming venture, where animal husbandry and aquaculture are practised, tours can be arranged to the integrated fish and pig scheme, and the beef feedlot.
- Open vehicle: $10 per adult, $6 per child (under 16)
- Open vehicle: minimum charge of $30 per trip
- Own vehicle: $20
Casual dining restaurant in Ndola, Zambia
- Breakfast, lunch and dinner served here
- Indoor or outdoor dining
- Service also available for day trippers
Nsobe Restaurant offers indoor and outdoor eating in a landscaped setting by a beautiful dam. The choice of dishes on the bistro-style menu suits the relaxed environment – for example exceptional steak or chicken accompanied by chips and fresh salad. The restaurant is available to guests staying at the self-catering chalets and for conference delegates.
Visitors staying in the safari tents and chalets enjoy this dining experience as part of their accommodation package – a full English breakfast every morning and a three course dinner in the evening. Lunches are available separately.
Diners eat in the restaurant and bar area in a thatched roof building with views over the dam, or at rustic tables and chairs on gently sloping lawns or right by the water.
There is also a fully stocked bar with a choice of soft and alcohol beverages.
Conference venue in Ndola, Zambia
- Accommodates up to 80 delegates, in a serene environment
- Printing and photocopying services available for a small fee
- Meals can be quoted separately
Other facilities on site include:
- Secluded bush spa with sauna, jacuzzi and resident masseuse
- TV lounge with satellite, a pool table and darts
- Lawn sports equipment for croquet, volleyball and horseshoe
- Safari options
For overnight conferences up to 46 people can be accommodated in shared accommodation.
Campsite in Ndola, Zambia
- Excellent place for nature lovers
- A small play area for kids right next to the campsites
- Tiled, hot water ablution amenities
The campsite are large and nicely grassed, with individual braai stands and tables down by the water’s edge. The toilet blocks are regularly cleaned and functional with hot water. There’s the swimming pool nearby, and also the bar and restaurant 100m away. Nsobe Game Camp excels is in the friendliness of the staff, and their genuine desire to ensure guests have a pleasant stay.
- Tiled, hot water ablution amenities
- Picnic tables and braai stands provided
- Restaraunt and bar
- Butchery on site
- Charcoal available
Fishing in Ndola, Zambia
- Equipped guides ready to take you to the prime spots
- Great fishing spots
- Visitors can hire fishing equipment
Nsobe Game Camp provides an experience that makes a unique fishing safari for the family. The experienced and knowledgeable guides can take you to the best fishing spots to satisfy your thirst for action! kids are encouraged to refine their fishing skills here.
While Nsobe Game Camp encourages catch and release, many of the fish are exceptional eating and they can easily prepare your day’s catch for dinner.
At Nsobe Game Camp expect to catch:
- Species of tilapia (bream)