Luangwa Safari House is an extraordinary castles-like house giving you space, luxury and comfort with nature on your doorstep.
Robins House offers the perfect exclusive safari, a home away from home experience, ideal for those seeking a more indulgent type of safari.
- En suite
- Evening Breeze Air Conditioning
- Viewing hide
- Plunge Pool
- No WiFi
- Limited phone reception
- Laundry service
The two spacious bedrooms (one double and one triple) each with en-suite bathrooms along with main area are protected from the wilds of Zambia by large set gauze windows, this makes it perfectly safe for families with young children. The main area with its large comfy sofa and chairs is the perfect place for catching up on the days safari with a cold drink before your dinner cooked for you by your private chef.
We offer options for day or night drives with Toyota Landcruisers with a "window" seat for everyone. All our vehicles have an open top affording you a vision of total 360 degree. A vehicle with a canopy can be requested but is subject to availability.
The walks are led by our very knowledgeable guides, and escorted by an armed National Park scout. Feel at one with nature and get closer to the action, see the details and signs that the animals leave behind. A vehicle with a canopy can be requested but is subject to availability.
A special treat indeed for guests in the Emerald Season. Explore the lagoons for enhanced game viewing and birding.
A visit to Kawaza Village and the schools is often remembered years later by our guests as the most rewarding part of their visit to Africa. This gives a more holistic experience of the Luangwa Valley.
Wildlife Education Centre
A charitable trust for the school children of the Luangwa Valley to teach them about wildlife and conservation.
For unique locally produced hand-painted textiles, drawing inspiration from the stunning Zambian wildlife and surroundings. A perfect place to buy a souvenir or two of your Zambian experience.
Luangwa Safari House is teeming with wildlife and what better way to take advantage of this activity than by spending some time in the hide which is sunken into the ground in front of the house giving you a completely new angle when viewing wildlife.
South Luangwa is a paradise for wildlife lovers, with game species including elephant, buffalo, hippos, giraffe, leopards, and lions and over 450 species of birds. Several antelope species are found in large numbers, especially the puku and impala. Also, to be found in huge herds are buffalo and elephants.
Lion, spotted hyena, leopard, and wild dogs are the main predators. Though the park is popularly known as ‘valley of the leopards’, lions are actually more widely and easily seen.
There are 3 species of herbivores which are endemic to the park; there are Crawshay’s zebra (subspecies of the more common plains zebra), Thornicroft’s giraffe (distinguished by its different coloration which is more striking than other species found in the rest of Southern Africa) and Cookson’s wildebeest (slightly smaller than blue wildebeest with slightly reddish bands).
Keen birders are treated to over 450 bird species in the Luangwa. The Emerald Season is perfect time to see the most species, as the migratory birds are around. Huge breeding colony of yellow-billed storks are a highlight during this season in our Nsefu Sector. Then later in the year from about September to end October/November, we have the carmine bee-eater nesting along the riverbanks of the Luangwa – an amazing and colourful site to be seen.