This remote and small camp lies within the National Park and enjoys a stunning location on a sweeping bend of the Luangwa River. It was Robin Pope’s first camp and has remained a favorite of many safari lovers over the years. A grove of mahogany trees shade the 5 "suite" tents - a tent with a verhandah, dressing room and large open bathroom. The waterhole that runs in front of the tents is highly productive and the siestas can be spent watching and photographing from the bed.
The main area is a large canvas marquee placed between two mahogany trees. The view from the sitting area, down the Luangwa River, is 60km to the hills. Dinner is served on the platform, under the stars, again with a view of both the river and the waterhole.
Game and birdlife is prolific, with leopard regularly seen. Activities include day and night game drives, walking safaris and Kawaza Village visits.