Tena Tena Camp
Tena Tena Camp is a small, seasonal bush camp situated in the heart of the South Luangwa National Park. Intimate and personal, it caters for only 10 guests at a time ensuring a private and exclusive safari experience in a remote corner of the Park.
Tena Tena Camp Highlights
Tena Tena Camp offers a spectacular location on the banks of the Luangwa River in South Luangwa National Park in Zambia. Tena Tena has been rated by many visitors as one of the best safari camps in the entire Africa. Tena Tena is small and personal and offers an exclusive safari experience in this remote part of the South Luangwa National Park and remains a favourite amongst many safari guests. Guests can enjoy superb game watching at the busy waterhole in front of the tents. Another highlight at Tena Tena is romantic dinners served under the stars on the deck. Guests can enjoy a variety of exciting wildlife activities accompanied by expert guides including walking safaris, day game drives; night game drives as well as a visit to one of the local villages.
- The rooms consist of a private veranda, dressing room, a large open air bathroom and outdoor shower.
- There is a variety of ways to appreciate the wildlife, from exciting walking safaris to day and night game drives
- The main area is a large canvas marquee placed between two mahogany trees with a view from sitting area.
Tena Tena Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The South Luangwa National Park is one of the finest wildlife reserves in Zambia. The South Luangwa National Park lives up to its promise to provide a wild and exclusive safari experience. The Luangwa Valley is enormous and remote and home to a remarkable array of animals. The South Luangwa National Park consists of 9050 square km with the river being the focus of the wildlife viewing. The park is characterized by lagoons, woodlands, ebony groves, grassland and thickets playing host to an abundance of wildlife. The birdlife in the South Luangwa National Park is fantastic with approximately 450 species. The Luangwa River remains one of the last untouched major river systems in the world. Boating safaris are superb and offered during the high water months. Nkwali Camp is open all year round and each season offers a different experience altogether. The South Luangwa National Park is famous for offering some of the best walking safaris in Zambia and all camps offer guided bush walks and the guiding is fantastic. The Luangwa is famous for offering good leopard viewing although not guaranteed. The Luangwa is home to two endemic species, the Thornicroft giraffe and the Cookson's wildebeest. Activities include game drives, night drives, walking safaris and boating in the Emerald Season.
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