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1123 Mchenja Camp is one of Zambia's finest safari camps. Norman Carr Safaris operate the camp and have been leading Zambia's safari industry for over 50 years. This camp, comprising 5 bespoke tents hidden in an ebony grove overlooking the Luangwa River, is renowned for its excellent service and high standard of guiding. The camp is sited in one of the best game viewing areas of the South Luangwa, where guests have a choice of exploring on foot or from an open vehicle. Norman Carr is the pioneer of walking safaris and no company has better qualified or more experienced guides. WHYWE LIKE IT Mchenja Camp offers a level of style and luxury that is hard to find elsewhere in Zambia. This, combined with such excellent game viewing and personalized service, creates a package which is, quite simply, unequalled. Zambia, South Luangwa BEST TIME TO GO February, March, May – October HOWTOGETTHERE Nearest International Airport: Mfuwe Transfer: by road which takes anything from 2 to 3 hours depending on the game that may be encountered along the way Transfer Vehicle: open 4 x 4 game viewing vehicle SAFARIS Driving, walking. We operate walking and driving safaris, guests have a choice but we often combine activities. Our team of guides are some of the most experienced and best qualified in Zambia. WILDLIFEYOUMAY SEE The Luangwa is possibly the best place to view leopard in its natural environs. Elephant, hippo and buffalo are in abundance, and wild dog are becoming quite a common sight. LOCALACTIVITIES A visit to the school that we run A visit to the South Luangwa Conservation Society base FACILITIES Swimming pool, bar, laundry, electricity ( solar), mosquito nets, massage ACCOMMODATION Total 5 safari tents under thatch, all en suite UNIQUEACCOMMODATION INFO As one of the most luxurious lodges in the area, all our tents are extremely comfortable WHYWE LIKE THE ROOMS We love the Victorian roll- top baths, and the open- air bathrooms are a particular favourite BOOKING INFO Reservations Manager: Zoe Carroll / Christina Carr Reservations hotline: + 44 ( 0) 844 544 0037 Email: mchenjabushcamp@ miradatravelgroup. com Tel: + 260 216 246025 BROCHURES UK: Zoe Carroll zoe@ normancarrsafaris. com Tel: + 44 ( 0) 778 395 2444 Tel: + 44 ( 0) 113 265 4536 SEASON Low Season: February, March High Season: May – October Closed: January, April, November, December CANCELLATION POLICY 90 - 31 days prior to arrival 25%; 30 – 0 days 100% Mchenja camp SOUTH LUANGWA NATIONAL PARK ZAMBIA 112 South Luangwa

1313 Mchenja camp 3 2 51 4 RIVER RECEPTION MAIN DINING POOL Mchenja pool - a view from the main chitenje Mchenja tent exterior- 5 bespoke tents shaded beneath a stunning ebony grove Mchenja tent interior- stylishly designed tent interiors MANAGEMENT Levy Banda Tel: + 216 246025 kapani@ normancarrasafaris. com www. normancarrsafaris. com PAYMENT Cheque, bank transfer AVERAGESTAY 2 - 3 nights Room Prices PPPN: between US$ 600 and US$ 700 AWARDS & ACCOLADES The Times of London 2007 ( Simon Barnes) " Mchenja bushcamp, perhaps my favourite spot on earth" The Mail on Sunday 2008 ( Max Woolridge) " Norman Carr, a conservation legend and the pioneer of walking safaris" Zambia