Luangwa Safari House gracefully perches on the lagoon’s edge in the South Luangwa National Park, a frequented watering hole for large herds of elephants, impalas, giraffes, and an array of wildlife year-round. This picturesque scene is accentuated by the stunning Chindeni Hills in the background. In the dry season, you can enjoy lunch on the raised deck while being surrounded by up to 80 elephants playfully splashing in the cooling waters. Upon arrival, the house makes an immediate impression with its castle-like structure. Upon stepping through the massive pivoting door, you’re welcomed by an abundance of natural light and an unobstructed view of the wilderness. The four double rooms, each tastefully adorned to represent the elements – water, earth, wind, and fire, evoke a deep connection with the natural surroundings.
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