Nestled under mahogany trees in the exclusive Nsefu sector of South Luangwa National Park, Tena Tena Camp was one of the first Robin Pope safaris and has become a favourite amongst safari lovers over the years.
The South Luangwa National Park marks the end of The Great Rift Valley, one of the last remaining unspoilt wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa - a claim which is not an overstatement.
Situated in the exclusive Nsefu Sector Tena Tena sits nestled under a magnificent and thick grove of mahogany trees. On a double-tiered river bank each room enjoys its own private view onto a long stretch of the Luangwa River. It is sandwiched between the river and a complex lagoon system under a magnificent mahogany grove and is a magnet for wildlife and you do not need to go far for some incredible sightings. The camp is small and intimate with a maximum of twelve guests and is run by an experienced team who are all passionate about their jobs and the level of service that they and the camp provide for the guests.
The six tents are very private with plenty of space between them and each with its own window onto a magnificent stretch of the Luangwa River where the hippos wallow and the lions roam. The en-suite bathrooms are spacious and open to the elements, designed to copy nature with curved walls around the trees and simple subtle colours and a view from every facility. Each tent is specifically located to maximise privacy both in the rooms, bathrooms, and on the verandahs with comfortable sitting areas and excellent views onto the river.