It is the experience that brings a dash of adrenaline linked with occupying downwind of an elephant and catching its unmistakable scent that makes walking safaris unforgettable.
Mwaleshi Camp, found in the enormous wilderness of North Luangwa National Park, is a 45-minute flight from Mfuwe Airport. Secluded within a scenic bend of the Mwaleshi River 10km upstream of the junction with the Luangwa River, the camp is an extraordinary and extraordinary place. There are fewer roads in this remote range, and the most of the activities done on foot, following actual animal trails. Exploring the surrounding bush as guests experience the varieties in of the region.
Hikers enjoy the freedom of Africa’s beauty on foot, led by an experienced guide with an armed National Park scout. Due to a vehicle which drops off and collects guests’ attractions more afield can be traveled, such as the Mwaleshi Falls which is found upstream of the camp.
With four thatched chalets reconstructed annually out of natural elements, en-suite bathrooms and uninterrupted views of the spectacular Mwaleshi River, the camp offers you a genuine feeling of solitude and seclusion. Life in the field is comfortable yet refreshingly simple. Mwaleshi Camp, seasonally operated. It is in business from the 15th of June to the 31st of October annually.
Making the most of the Absolute Africa Safaris walking safari adventure, recommended that guests spend four to five nights at Mwaleshi Camp. Over and above the high camps, which provide starry night visitors from the comfort of each chalet, Absolute Africa Safaris offers a host of unusual activities varying from the active: walking safaris and cycling, to the less physical and cultural: photographic and day and night game drives safaris. Together with providing a Visitors’ experience, providing a unique immersion in the safari experience.