Time + Tide Luwi

Time + Tide Luwi

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Feel a million miles away at this remote bush camp in walking safari heaven Situated deep in the park on the ephemeral Luwi River, Time + Tide Luwi is wonderfully remote, with no other camps for miles around. Tranquillity envelops this camp, creating a haven that allows you to reconnect with nature in a meaningful way. Its four safari tents are nestled under a grove of ancient mahogany trees overlooking a floodplain that attracts hippos and elephants. Nestled in a grove of ancient mahogany trees, the tents are designed to fully immerse guests into the bush experience. Luwi’s setting is ideal to enjoy moments around the campfire in the early morning making jaffles over the hot coals to evenings listening to the sounds of the Luangwa. Relive your favourite moments of the day over a delicious Zambian-inspired meal in the wild. Nearby, a wildlife hide overlooks a lively oxbow lagoon—perfect for photography. Combine safari walks with day and night game drives to explore everything the bush has to offer.
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MalawiMike2014 wrote a review Jun 2024
Lilongwe, Malawi
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Such an AMAZING camp! Classy, charming and authentic.

We loved the wild, authentic and of the beaten track location, and the no frills style bush camp. Luwi is wild and classy.

Our guide, Abraham was excellent. I cannot recommend him more highly,

The food, service and guiding was excellent and our choice was comfortable and of a high standard.

The wildlife did not disappoint as you would expect in this incredible park.

Thanks to all the team at Luwi for an epic few days.
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Date of stay: May 2024Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Micaela Smith, General Manager at Time + Tide Luwi
Responded 04 Jun 2024
Thank you Mike and we will certainly share your wonderful compliments with Abraham and the amazing Luwi team!
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StigSnoen43 wrote a review Jul 2023
Oslo, Norway
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A camp that i get to love more for each day. It is a buch camp, but a great buch camp. You get so close to nature. Still they provide exelent service and safaris. I had some of my best photos ever at that camp. The animals are more wild and sky but that makes everything so much better . Great camp.
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Date of stay: July 2023
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: They dont have internet.
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Response from Micaela Smith, General Manager at Time + Tide Luwi
Responded 07 Aug 2023
Thank you so much for your wonderful message, we are so delighted that you enjoyed your stay at Time + Tide Luwi. We look forward to welcoming you back to Zambia in the near future. Best Regards Time + Tide Team
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stvnlsn wrote a review Oct 2014
San Diego, California
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My first review of Norman Carr Safaris centered on Kapani. After spending a couple of nights there I moved onto the first of 4 bush camps during my 11 day safari: Luwi Bush Camp.

This camp was my favorite of the Norman Carr camps. I think the main reason I liked this camp so much was the wild feeling associated with it. It was so far removed from all other camps in the park that you really are aware that it is just you, he other guests, if any, the few staff and wilderness. Even the animals are unaccustomed to seeing humans in this area as they dart away of sight or smell. We even had elephants coming through and around the camp both days I was there.

The camp itself is very small. There are 4 thatched huts with outdoor bathrooms, a main bar/dinning area, and that is pretty much it. There are staff quarters and cooking area adjacent and the wonderful staff are always more than willing to have you come back and look at how they perform their operations. What magic they do perform!

The food was terrific, the walks and drives are great and there is plenty of wildlife to see in the area. The staff were wonderful, friendly and always going out of their way to make sure you are comfortable, safe, and well fed. The even set up a full BBQ dinner with formal table setting in the middle of the dry river bed adjacent to the property one evenings. Several guests and myself were treated to a wonderful meal under the stars while we watched lionesses stalk kudu just on the other side of the river. This was definitely one of the highlights of my entire safari!

Don't get me wrong, I loved all Norman Carr camps I visited but this one holds a special place with me. Its the rustic feel and authentic wilderness feeling that will make you want to return again and wish you had extended your time at this one.

Stephen Nelson
San Diego, CA
United States
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Date of stay: August 2014
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from NormanCarr, Owner at Time + Tide Luwi
Responded 28 Oct 2014
Dear Stephen, As with the other reviews you've done on Kapani, Mchenja, Nsolo and Kakuli, it was our absolute pleasure to have you with us. I know you did a lot of research before booking Zambia and NCS and I am so thrilled that the whole experience lived up to and beyond your expectations. We send these reviews to the teams in camp and it really does give them a morale boost, so thank you. And we hope to see you back one day!!
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SharonV1 wrote a review Oct 2016
PA
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Luwi will always be special as it was the first camp we stayed in during our visit to the South Luangwa. We would go on to two other Norman Carr camps after this one. First let me say that the camp was small and intimate....and secluded! Which when you are there to see wildlife makes it perfect. It sits on the Luwi river which is completely dry in September which is when we were there. But that doesn't mean you don't see wildlife in front of camp, because there are plenty of animals in the dry riverbed. I'd wake up each morning and look out over impala and puku, and elephants and baboons. It was always an amazing view. The rooms are comfortable and very open air!! Was very glad for the mosquito nets. Not because there were mosquitos necessarily, but it just gives you a feeling of security that any kind of creepy crawlies wouldn't be visiting you during the night. Actually, we didn't see any bugs...or other things in our rooms. The bathrooms are completely open air and it's wonderful to take a shower outside while looking out at the scenery and wildlife. It's something I still remember how serene the feeling was. We were there for 3 nights and had arranged for a photographic guide to be with us, Edward Selfe. So our group of 3 women had our own vehicle, including Edward and a Norman Carr guide, Friday, for the entire time at Luwi. They were wonderful guides and by the time we had to say goodbye to Edward and Friday, we felt like they were friends and were very sad to be moving on. Charles is the camp manager/host and he was fantastic. He saw to our every need, especially making sure our luggage found us (Emirates had left it in Dubai). But by the time we got back from our first evening game drive, the luggage was in our rooms. We also had wonderful food at Luwi and service in general was top notch. Our wildlife encounters at Luwi were also fantastic. We were able to spend time with the Wild dogs twice, the Luwi lion pride, huge numbers of elephants and saw many other animals and birds. It definitely lived up to our expectations of wildlife in the South Luangwa. If you are looking for luxury, pools, bathtubs, etc., then this may not be your cup of tea, but if you want an authentic experience in a very comfortable bush camp, then you will love Luwi. Thanks to Charles and team for a wonderful stay!!! Oh and even though we didn't have Lawrence as a guide, just want to say that he was always fun to talk to at meals and I would have liked to spend time with him. He was always laughing! Finally, if you are interested in photography, I can't imagine that you can do any better in the South Luangwa than Edward Selfe. He was amazing as a photographer, teacher, and especially as a guide. He's not associated with Norman Carr Camps, but is familiar with all the camps and was completely comfortable working with the Camp guides and staff.
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Date of stay: September 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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David_in_Melbourne wrote a review Sept 2015
Melbourne, Australia
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was the second of the Norman Carr bush camps we stayed at, which was part of our 10 day Zambia experience, and we thought it was simply excellent.

We were transferred by 4wd from their Kapani Camp, and the transfer included a game drive. We had some excellent viewing of a group of giraffe drinking from a water hole and our guide (Lawrence) spotted a leopard in a tree while driving: the leopard had managed to hide from another vehicle that we met coming the other direction, so that feat of spotting was really something.

For our first day, we were the only ones in the camp (it accommodates a maximum of 8 guests). Luwi is beautifully situated under several mahogany trees and our first night was spent in chalet 2: we were moved to chalet 1 for our second night as the hot water for the shower had been damaged by some of the wildlife. Lunch was served under the trees and was just perfect: the food at Luwi was outstanding and would please any discerning guest.

The camp is only open from May through to the end of October, and is constructed from local materials. It is located on a flood plain and a nearby estuary has a number of hippo who we would hear calling at night. Within 2 hours of our arrival, a leopard decided to pay a visit: unfortunately for us we were sleeping at the time, but Lawrence saw it right outside our chalet!

Aside from greeting the visiting leopard, guests are encouraged to rest during the afternoon as the heat makes it difficult to enjoy activities: all the wildlife is also resting, although we watched several bull elephants feed a short distance away from our chalet. Afternoon tea is followed by a walk / game drive, with drinks served at sunset (the half way point). The game drive at night allowed us to see nocturnal animals, and dinner was served upon our return.

The day started at 5:45 with a wake up call, followed by breakfast and a morning nature walk. The heat meant that walking needed to be finished by 9:00-9:30am, although that still allowed us a 2-3 hour walk. Lawrence was incredibly knowledgeable on the local wildlife, and had a fairly deep understanding of the animals in the area. We were able to enjoy good leopard viewing every day/night, and were able to see the start of a leopard hunt on our second night.

While Lawrence was the also the camp manager, his assistant Frank was responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the facility. The entire team at the property made sure we were well looked after and were always available if we needed anything. All drinks and laundry were included, and there were good quality towels and toiletries provided in the chalets. The beds were incredibly comfortable and we slept well: a mosquito net, which the staff deployed during the turn down service, provided additional night time protection. Recharging facilities meant we were able to keep our camera batteries topped up however there is no internet service nor was there any telephone service available (we knew of both of these before going and were fine with that arrangement).

We stayed at Luwi for 2 days/nights, and then transferred to our next Norman Carr camp (Nsolo) as part of the morning nature walk while our bags were taken there by car. I should mention that the nature walks are a highlight of the experience, where you get to understand far more of what is happening in the local ecosystem than is possible from the seat of a 4wd. During our walks there was a scout who was armed, and cool drinks were always available.

Readers contemplating staying at Luwi should be aware that the vehicle used for the game drives was initially an uncovered 4wd, so we asked for a covered vehicle: this took a while to provide ... and we needed to remind each camp of the requirement when we arrived. It might be helpful for folks intending to stay with Norman Carr to advise at the time of booking if they have a preference in relation as to whether the vehicle should be covered.

Without doubt, we'll look forward to our return.
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Date of stay: August 2015
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Chalet 2 has the best views, and a huge open air toilet area
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Response from NormanCarr, Owner at Time + Tide Luwi
Responded 13 Sept 2015
David - thanks again for reviewing all five of our camps you stayed at - sounds like you had some pretty amazing leopard viewing throughout at all of the camps and Luwi is special for that herd of bull elephants which often comes to visit. I'm sorry that it took a while for your request for a covered vehicle to be provided. We prefer using uncovered vehicles for our game activities as they can impeded guests' ability to see birds, stars and wildlife in the trees and we also have to consider the needs of all guests in camp, unless people have booked a private guide and vehicle for themselves.
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Tom V wrote a review Oct 2019
Shanghai, China
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
South Luangwa is a 100 000km2 reserve in Zambia. It was poached close to extinction around 1980 but since than the Zambian government and international organization have done a lot against poaching and areas like this are very well recovered.

Many cats (with exception of the Cheetah due to the absence of large plains) as well as other animals. The Rhino also has been re-introduced recently in the Northern Luangwa.

The camp is situated at the LUWI river which is a hot and dry area during the dry season. It was great for spotting lions.

The camp itself is basic and likely a bit too wild for first time safari goers, certainly because it also has quite a lot of TSE TSE flies. For people like me that like real bush camps and tranquility it is however fantastic! It does explain the somewhat mixed feedback in reviews.

Top are the landscapes (some areas look like creepy but beautiful witch forests and others like real bush land), the food, and the sundowner’s.

Plenty of game/wild-life both in and around the tents.

Important: Shoot out to Adam and Alex which are a great guide/tracker combination.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Response from TimeandTideAfrica, Guest Relations Manager at Time + Tide Luwi
Responded 14 Jan 2020
Thank you for the wonderful message and your description of the camp as a real Bush Camp, we look forward to welcoming you back to Zambia. You will be amazed to know that this year is our 70th year since Norman Carr founded the camps. All of our best from us all at Time + Tide
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MikeyJP17 wrote a review Aug 2015
Goudhurst, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We visited 29-31 July 2015, a return visit having stayed there in 1991. Still a special place with a wide view over the plain towards the currently dried our Luwi River. A comfortable but natural bush camp. The sounds of hippo, lion, hyena etc can all be heard at night; elephants feed from the trees in camp, hippos chomp the grasses outside. This is a great place for walking; the guide, Laurence, is very knowledgeable and dedicated to the bush. We tracked lions to within 50 metres, but they didn't see us. We saw a beautiful leopard in a tree not far away from the camp. You don't see other vehicles here, it is very natural, little changed for hundreds of years. The team at the camp, led by Frank, are very friendly. The rooms were comfortable, with good, warm showers. The bar area is nice; didn't really exist 24 years ago. The food is excellent, and a good range of drinks is available. We were sad to leave, and hope to return one day, hopefully for more walks still guided by Laurence. It was Norman Carr himself who encouraged us to visit Luwi, 24 years ago, when we were staying at Kapani; fortunately we did, and it was a great pleasure to return.
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Date of stay: July 2015
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled with family
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Audrey S wrote a review Sept 2013
Sheffield, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Ten years ago my husband and I stayed at Luwi, Nsolo, Kakuli and Kapane on a holiday to celebrate my 50th birthday. We had a wonderful time, soaking up the atmosphere of walking in the wild; being IN the picture, rather than looking at it.

We returned this year to celebrate another decade, coming back to our favourite, Luwi camp, then Nsolo and Mchenja. All the camps are superb in their own ways, though I can't comment on the brand new luxury Chinzombo. The whole Norman Carr operation is very efficient, while retaining the ethos of simplicity and authenticity. You feel welcomed into a world of friends who are just as enthusiastic at seeing the animals as you are, while they look out for your comfort and safety.

The guides are incredibly knowledgeable, while the Park Rangers ability to spot animals at a huge distance give you a feeling of trust and security. The great thing about Luwi is that you are far out in the bush, not hearing any man-made noise, but with the heightened senses of a constant expectancy, then the adrenaline rush of seeing some beautiful animal or bird. The walking is easy as it is a flat river valley and you often follow sandy 'hippo highways'.
When you return to camp or reach the next one, there is a lovely welcome and cold drink and then time for a hot shower in the open air bathroom before brunch. Of course, this being the bush, you share the bathroom with ants and there is a wait for the water to flow hot, but it all adds to the atmosphere.

In the late afternoon you can walk again or take a drive in an open vehicle which is able to approach the lions, hyaenas and leopard much more closely (while they look right through you) and stop for a sundowner on the river bank. One of the most often heard phrases was 'do you want a double?'. Only once was there another vehicle, by a pride of lions at a kill, and this was during our stay at Mchenja. Nearer to the Luangwa river there are more camps and also self drivers who are allowed in the Park from 6am to 6pm.

After a night drive, viewing by spotlight, it is back to camp for conversation and a dinner under the stars. Then an early night as breakfast is at or before dawn in order to be walking while the animals are active. The beds are all wide and so comfortable we fell asleep even while listening to the elephant munching the tree outside. A word of warning about the food; it is so good that it is easy to overdo the eating. Every time you stop moving tempting food is placed in front of you, with lovely cake at afternoon tea (including my gorgeous chocolate birthday cake at Nsolo).

My only regret about this safari? We should have made it longer. It IS expensive, but well worth saving up for.
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Date of stay: August 2013
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: With only 4 chalets, it is irrelevent
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Yvonne J wrote a review Jun 2013
Haddington
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We walked from Nsolo to Luwi with Brian guiding us and we were almost in camp before we spotted it - so well is it integrated into its surroundings. We had an amazing room built round a tree and with a fabulous open outlook over the river We enjoyed wonderful meals, esecially the braai on the dry river bed. The hippo hide is magical and we spent a long time in there observing these fascinating animals and taking photos. We were very sad to leave - but we were moving on to Mchenja...
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Date of stay: July 2012
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Brunswick Travellers wrote a review Oct 2011
Melbourne, Australia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you're looking to do a walking safari, go to Zambia. And if you're in Zambia, go with Norman Carr Safaris; we can't recommend them enough.

We stayed at three of the five Norman Carr Safari lodges in South Luangwa for two nights each. The safaris are all-inclusive, so you don't have to think about anything at all when you're there - go a bit crazy and have that second Amarula on the rocks watching the sun set and the impala chase one another around the river bed... You will be spoiled rotten and yet feel adequately adventurous; it's just the right amount of luxury but with a rustic touch. If you want a modern but sterile lodge and be driven around all the time - these aren't for you - you may have to put up with the odd bug and lions roaring nearby, but that just adds to the fun.

Luwi was our first stop and we then proceeded to Nsolo and Mchenja. We liked doing it this way as you see progressively more game as you go along - though we spoke to other guests who liked the reverse; see lots of big cats etc then head to the more remote camps to appreciate the smaller things.

Either way, and although we genuinely liked all the places we stayed for different reasons, we in the end think Luwi was our favourite (Tara, Brian you can gloat if you like!) The reasons for this are mostly that it's the most remote of the camps, so you really do have the sense of having the whole place to yourself. as you won't run into any other vehicles or groups which you tend to at Mchenja. Also the hippo hide gives you such a good spot to sit and watch the grumpy old things; we had lions roaring around camp at night - and I got to see four warthog babies running right past the lodge behind mum with their tails up, which is a good reason to stay up during siesta if you can manage it!

The rooms at Luwi are amazing, especially the one we had - which was built around a tree - and what those guys can do with woven grass in the bathroom is something else. The service was terrific by Edwin - and on the walks Brian and Edgar were knowledgable and make you feel perfectly safe wandering about on foot - they've also got some great stories to tell - our advice is always make sure you talk to the Scouts as well as the guides, these guys are amazing.

Luwi is a must-do as part of the NCS package and we'd love to be able to come back. All the best, guys!

E&T
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Date of stay: September 2011
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4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Cape Town Central, South Africa12 contributions
Dear Perdita - thanks for getting in touch about our Luwi Camp. As Sayandev mentioned, we have 2 guides and scouts in every camp and try not to have more than 4-5 guests on any drive or walk. Guests generally decide what to do over dinner the night before in consultation with the guide and camp manager.
StigSnoen43 wrote a tip Jul 2023
Oslo, Norway3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"They dont have internet."
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The5MRanch wrote a tip Oct 2019
Calabasas, California753 contributions262 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"My wife checked out all 5 chalets and felt that ours, #3 was probably the best."
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vikki_seekamp wrote a tip Sept 2018
Yamba, Australia17 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"As close as you can get to nature in the peace and quiet of the bush."
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perdita947 wrote a tip Dec 2017
London, United Kingdom195 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All good - only five rooms"
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FireflySweetTea wrote a tip Jul 2017
Isle of Palms, South Carolina65 contributions15 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"This was luxury camping at the finest! Loved everything about it!"
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NUMBER OF ROOMS
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