Small, rustic and traditional, Luwi is a bushcamp with infinite charm. There are just four simple but comfortable chalets, constructed anew each year out of bamboo, grass and other natural materials. Each has open air en-suite bathrooms with hot showers and simple, local furnishings and fabrics. The location is truly wild, in a great area for lion on the banks of the sandy Luwi River, which largely dries up during safari season.
Outstanding walking safaris usually finish with a sundowner by the permanent hippo lagoon close to camp, which is also overlooked by a photographic hide where guests can cool off and grab some great snaps during the heat of the afternoon. Walking safaris to the other Norman Carr bushcamps can also be undertaken instead of a vehicle transfer, and there is also the option for game drives close to camp. Meals are enjoyed outside in a shady grove of trees, providing shelter during lunchtime and great stargazing opportunities over dinner. Solar powered and dismantled at the end of every dry season, the camp has very little environmental impact on this pristine area. Authentic and low-key with outstanding guiding, Luwi is a bushcamp in the truest sense!