Found 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 particular view onto a great extent of RiverLuangwa.
Tena Tena is similar to Robin Pope Safaris as it was a premier camp opened and ran and has become a favorite over the years for safari adventurers.
The camp: Tena Tena or “temporary home” translated emulates this throughout the camp coupled with luxury and comfort.
Six spacious private tents each with its window onto a beautiful Luangwa River where the hippos grovel and the lions prowl equipped with spacious open to the elements en-suite bathrooms, created to duplicate nature with its curved walls encompassing the trees and subtle colors and a view.
Each tent is precisely established increase privacy both in the rooms, bathrooms and on the decks with satisfactory sitting areas and beautiful views of the river.
An enormous tent shades the major area formed around a large termite mound and mahogany tree together with an old hippo run adapted into our path between the different levels strung up between lead wood poles. Availed with very many sitting areas, there is space to relax and unwind while pondering on the day’s safari, before sitting down to a beautiful dinner on the banks of the Luangwa, under the stars and enjoying the sounds of the African night.
Game drives can be taken during the day or night drives. Toyota Landcruiser with two-tier seats (three tier for groups/families) is used – a “window” seat (i.e., two people per row) for everyone. Open top vehicles, affording you total 360-degree vision.
Walking: Our knowledgeable guide leads the walks and escorted by an armed National Park scout. Our guiding team is very passionate and will undoubtedly impart some fantastic bush insights at a level that will surprise you.
Village Tours: Our visitors never forget a visit to Kawaza Village and the schools even years later as the most satisfying thing of their visit to Zambia and Africa in general. This fact gives the most amazing adventure of the Luangwa Valley. In addition, taking a tour around the neighborhood near the Mfuwe area, a small “dukas” (shop in English), bars, the market, and get to meet people who can share with you various skills in a unique feeling.
Wildlife Education Centre: Sessions are held at the children’s school in order to educate them about conservation and wildlife. This is an important study for the children to know more are their environment.
Tribal Textiles: For discovering hand-painted textiles produced locally, getting influence from the remarkable Zambian wildlife and its surroundings. Surely, a nice place to buy a souvenir or two of your Zambian experience.