Guided walking safari
Bar and dining area
Dinner beside the river
Comfortable tented accommodation
River views from all tents
Game drive sighting
Walking with expert guide and armed security
Main communal area
Bee Eaters on the river bank
Tena Tena Camp, Luangwa Valley, Zambia
Remote 6 tent camp beside the Luangwa River, famous for its walking safaris
Available as part of a tailor-made itinerary designed for you by our safari specialists
Tena Tena is a remote camp situated in the famed Nsefu area of the South Luangwa National Park, owned by Robin Pope Safaris. Tena Tena's six comfortable and stylish tents ensure a unique wilderness safari experience, set in the shade of a mahogany grove, overlooking the Luangwa River. With its rich game-viewing opportunities, the camp is particularly well known for its walking safaris, led by very knowledgeable guides and escorted by armed National Park scouts.
There are 6 large and very comfortable tents, all with commanding views over the river. Each tent has a private veranda and a dressing room with open air bathroom.
Activities & Experiences
Activities are entirely chosen by the guests and tailored to their requirements. Guests have the option of a walk or a game drive. The drives include morning, afternoon and night drives. An all day drive, with a picnic lunch, is also available. The walks are led by very knowledgeable guides, and escorted by armed National Park scouts. The standard of the guiding is outstanding. Guests can also visit the local village of Kwaza and interact with the villagers and learn about their way of life.
Facilities & Services
The camp is small and intimate in nature. The bar and dinning area are open structures with lovely views over the river and waterhole, and are the perfect place to share tales of what you’ve seen that day.
Weather & Seasons
Zambia has a moderate to sub-tropical climate with three distinct seasons: from November to March is the Emerald, or the rainy season, April to July is Zambia's winter, when the weather is cool and dry, and August to October is summer, when the weather is hot and dry. In terms of game-viewing, the drier months, meaning a higher concentration of game at the permanent water sources, are a superb time to visit.
The camp is closed from November to March.
10 hour international flight from London to Lusaka followed by a 1 hour light aircraft flight to Mfuwe. It's then a 30 minute transfer to the camp.
Also Worth Considering
Chinzombo Lodge - Luangwa Valley
Tongabezi - Victoria Falls
Chiawa Camp - Lower Zambezi
King Lewanika Lodge - Liuwa Plain
Maybe take a short flight in to Botswana's Okavango Delta and stay at Sanctuary Chief's Camp. Or fly 3 hours south and stay in one or more of our recommendations for Best Places to Stay in and around Cape Town.
Time to Get in Touch?
Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us an email outlining your requirements.