Kakuli means old buffalo bull - it was the nickname affectionately given to Norman Carr by the local people of the valley. This beautiful camp has four traditional walk-in safari tents each with en-suite bathrooms made with natural materials. The bar and dining chitenje (lounge) is constructed of reed and thatch forming the centre point of camp. The entire camp is on an elevated stretch of river bank overlooking a wide grazing lawn which follows the Luangwa River until it meets the confluence of the Luwi and Luangwa. The views from Kakuli are spectacular.
This is the camp we use for Rivers and Rainbows green season boating and walking safaris, its elevated position staying well above the highest floods.