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Chunyu Tree Nursery is located in Mfuwe, Luangwa Valley, on the airport road not far from Tribal Textiles. The nursery offers indigenous trees, shrubs and climbers for sale. Staff can advise on what, where and how to plant. From small beginnings Chunyu now stocks several thousand plants. Prices start from ZMW10, and plants can be transported to Lusaka for a small fee. Opening times are 07.30 until 16.30 Mon – Sat, or by special arrangement.
Zambia In Style is a specialist tour operator that offers a wide range of exciting, memorable adventures in Zambia, Malawi, Botswana, South Africa and Zimbabwe. The company combines exceptional service with the most personalised packages designed to meet your tour and safari needs. All tours have been carefully planned to ensure that you have an experience of a lifetime! Zambia In Style strives to deliver nothing but the very best for its clients.
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Located next to the main entrance of the South Luangwa National Park, Marula Lodge has a choice of comfortable and affordable accommodation including en-suite chalets, furnished riverside tents and shared backpacker style rooms. This lodge provides the perfect destination for your Zambian safari getaway with a range of activities and expertly arranged packages. Experience authentic wildlife, enjoy excellent game viewing or guided safari walks. Marula Lodge also has a restaurant, bar and swimming pool.
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Kapani Lodge is a comfortable family lodge situated on the banks of one of the Luangwa River's many ox-bow lagoons. It is located close to the main Mfuwe area of the South Luangwa, one of the finest National Parks in Zambia. Accommodating up to eighteen guests, there are eight brick and thatch standard rooms which are designed for the warmer weather with high ceilings, overhead fans and large gauzed windows. Each standard suite has an en-suite bathroom with shower and a lounge area.
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A tented camp by Norman Carr Safaris with spectacular views on the banks of the Luangwa River. The only true bush camp open for the green season. Kakuli means old buffalo bull - it was the nickname affectionately given to Norman Carr by the local people of the Valley. This beautiful camp has four traditional walk-in safari tents each with en-suite bathrooms made with natural materials. The bar and dining chitenje (lounge) is constructed of reed and thatch forming the centre point of camp.
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Wildly luxurious, Chinzombo brings levels of comfort, style and elegance previously unseen to the Luangwa Valley. The old Chinzombo Camp was for years the green season base for Norman Carr way back in the 1970's. We are thrilled to be giving this unique place a new lease of life. The camp is super-luxurious but retains its bush feel with grass and canvas walls and spacious living areas that melt into the exquisite surroundings of the beautiful, tranquil site.
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Mchenja, meaning 'ebony', occupies a stunning setting beneath a magnificent grove of ebony trees on the banks of the Luangwa River. Mchenja operated by Norman Carr Safaris, is a luxurious, elegant and stylish tented camp overlooking a huge sweeping bend in the Luangwa. Each of the five specially designed octagonal tents has their own private en-suite open air bathroom plus Victorian style baths with river view. The beautiful central lounge is built around one of the old fallen Mchenja (ebony) tree.
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In the early 1950s Norman Carr pioneered the idea of taking people to look at Zambian wildlife and photograph them, rather than to shoot them. The first and arguably the best safari operator in Zambia Norman Carr Safaris is now recognised as one of the foremost tour operators with six prestigious safari venues in South Luangwa National Park offering visitors the thrill of a lifetime, with walking safaris, night drives, honeymoon safaris, birding safaris, green season tours, and photographic and community safaris.
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Accommodation in this 'bush luxury' safari camp, run by Norman Carr Safaris, consists of four spacious chalets each on raised wooden decks with grass and reed walls and large, open air en-suite bathrooms. Each chalet runs on solar power and is set under the shade of evergreen trees with private verandahs overlooking the surrounding bush and waterholes in the Luwi River. Nsolo is one of the more historic camps in Zambia. It was sited by Norman, Adrian and the legendary Rice Time Tembo in 1987.
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Luwi Camp, nestled in the shade of huge mahogany trees, is close to a permanent hippo and croc filled lagoon. It is situated deep in the heart of the National Park, on the dynamic seasonal Luwi River after which it is named. The area is extremely remote with no other camps or people for many miles around.Due to the remote location it's the perfect camp for walking safaris. The wildlife in the area is prolific and memories of the experience of tracking big game on foot last a lifetime.
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