The camp is situated in a shady grove of ancient mahogany trees within 60 acres of privately owned land on the banks of the Luangwa River and consists of six luxurious villas, each complete with private plunge pool, enormous master bedroom and living areas, and of course a large en-suite bathroom complete with all modern comforts.
The area immediately around the camp is generally teeming with wildlife that is attracted by the river to drink and cool off whilst the camp also has direct access into the National Park itself making the experience one of privacy and exclusivity.
South Luangwa is particularly good walking country and most days begin with a steady, not tiring, four hour walk with an expert guide and an armed national parks tracker (most of whom have an uncanny sixth sense for spotting the most elusive creatures). In the afternoon you would usually take a drive by open vehicle, perhaps combined with short walks and in the evening after sunset you have the further opportunity for a night time drive when you can see nocturnal creatures such as porcupine, aardvark, and predators. This is also a superb birding location with 466 species of birds, including many types of eagle, herons and spectacular colonies of carmine bee-eaters.