The beautiful central lounge is built around one of the old fallen Mchenja (ebony) trees and guests can cool off there in the camp's plunge pool. Brunch is taken in the shady lounge but dinner is more often served on the river bank under the stars.
Guests staying at Mchenja can choose whether they want to view their wildlife on foot or from an open game viewing vehicle. In addition to the ebony grove at camp there are two other stunning groves close by, as is the case with Kakuli.
Choose to combine a longer stay here, with a number of nights at Chinzombo, Norman Carr Safari’s new ultra luxury camp on the banks of the Luangwa River. John Kasonga is the guide/manager at Mchenja and his encyclopaedic knowledge of the plants, animals and small things of the Luangwa will make your safari one to remember.