A characterful, luxurious bushcamp specialising mainly in walking safaris, Nsolo is set under the shade of evergreen trees on the banks of the Luwi River. The Luwi dries up to a far greater extent than the much larger Luangwa, but there are permanent pools in the riverbed, including one right in front of camp where guests can watch hippos frolic and crocodiles emerge to bask in the sun.
There are just four, extremely spacious reed and thatch chalets, raised on stilts with polished wood floors, high ceilings and open air en-suite bathrooms enabling guests to shower under the stars. The use of wood, reed, grass and other indigenous materials gives the chalets a very natural feel, and each has a private veranda to relax and enjoy the ambience of the wild between game viewing activities. The central chitenje is well shaded but open sided, another haven to relax and select a safari book from the camp library. This is a good area of the park for big game including lion and buffalo, as well as large herds of zebra and decent wild dog sightings, which are becoming ever more common in the South Luangwa.