Time + Tide Nsolo

Time + Tide Nsolo

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Watch a parade of wildlife pass by at one of Zambia’s most historical safari camps. On the banks of the seasonal Luwi River beside a permanent river lagoon, lies Time + Tide Nsolo. Offering quintessential barefoot luxury, this historical camp has an intimate riverside ambiance that allows you to immerse into the sights and sounds of the bush. Time + Tide Nsolo has five charming safari rooms, each has a feather-top bed, open air en-suite bathroom and a shady private deck offering views of a permanent river lagoon that teems with wildlife. Sited alongside an elephant path, there’s no end to the action around camp. Chuckle at warthogs and vervet monkeys while enjoying a cold local beer from the bar. Enjoy life’s simple pleasures with afternoon tea and cake in the spacious main lounge. With a regular wild dog den nearby and lion prides using the dry riverbed as a thoroughfare, walking and driving safaris around the camp offer big game viewing at its best. Time + Tide Nsolo also makes a great base for our signature activity, the Time + Tide Sleepout.
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MalawiMike2014 wrote a review Jun 2024
Lilongwe, Malawi
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We just returned from the most incredible time in South Luangwa with Time & Tide!

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

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 no disappoint as you would expect in this incredible park.

The sleepout was such a highlight and an experience we will never forget!

Thanks to all the team at Nsolo for an epic few days.
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Date of stay: May 2024Trip type: Travelled with friends
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BBirgitt wrote a review Jun 2024
Roermond, The Netherlands
+1
5.0 of 5 bubbles
What a stunning place! I felt like royalty during my stay. Coming from bustling Europe, where there's always something on the go, to one of the most serene spots on earth, I instantly felt pure joy. The staff is incredibly friendly and knowledgeable, and they also show great respect for nature and animals. Additionally, the sleep out experience was one of the best experiences of my life.
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Date of stay: May 2024
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Rob Martin wrote a review Oct 2021
Lusaka, Zambia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My family spent two nights at Time and Tide's Nsolo camp this week. We absolutely loved it and appreciated the excellent service from Precious and her team, along with our knowledgeable guide, Charles. It was rustic and remote and off the grid, which is what we wanted. The sunrises were amazing and the food was excellent. One reason why we chose this camp was that we really wanted to see wild dogs. We had not seen them on any previous safaris during our three-plus years in Zambia in the Lower Zambezi NP, Kafue, and our lone previous trip to South Luangwa. Within the first hour of our first game drive, we saw a pack of wild dogs, hyenas, and some lions. Thanks for a memorable stay.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Response from Glenn Evans, General Manager at Time + Tide Nsolo
Responded 26 Oct 2021
Thank you @DigitalNomadRob for your review and I'll certainly send your great comments to Precious and the wonderful Time + Tide Nsolo Team! We look forward to you returning to Time + Tide in the near future, Best Regards Glenn
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Rhinoco wrote a review Oct 2023
Lausanne, Switzerland
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
We spent 3 nights there at the beginning of our Zambian holidays. It is a wonderful camp with a friendly staff, the cuisine is of high level in such a lost place. The best, beside game drives, is to have a walking safari around the camp. A real African experience who everyone should live once!
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Date of stay: September 2023Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Micaela Smith, General Manager at Time + Tide Nsolo
Responded 09 Oct 2023
We are thrilled to see another review from you, @rhinoco! Thank you for taking the time to share your kind words, it is much appreciated. We are delighted that you got to experience a walking safari, they truly are a magical experience. We look forward to welcoming you back soon. Warm regards The Time + Tide Team
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SharonV1 wrote a review Oct 2016
PA
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nsolo was our second Norman Carr Camp and our second stop in South Luangwa NP. We came from Luwi. This camp was lovely...also sitting on the Luwi river which is almost completely dry, but we did have a water hole in front of camp which made it interesting especially with noisy hippos at night! Our room at Nsolo was really nice with an elevated wood floor and lovely porch overlooking the river bed. We had an outdoor bathroom like at Luwi, and also like Luwi, lovely bath amenities. Wish I had known I didn't need to bring anything really, they had soap, shampoo, detergent for hand wash, etc.
The camp staff in Nsolo were all wonderful, starting with Charity the manager/host and everyone else there equally great. We probably had the best food of the week at Nsolo and Chef Million is to be commended for it. He is also a storyteller and my friend bought his book which has cute anecdotes to go along with recipes. (Proceeds to charity)
We had Friday as our guide, but at Nsolo, there are two Friday's so Friday our guide is known as Friday Safari and the other Friday (also a great guy) was Friday "every day"! Very cute! Wildlife at Nsolo was plentiful and very similar to Luwi as the camps are not very far apart. Our guiding experience was again excellent with Friday from Norman Carr and Edward Selfe as our private photographic guide and our own vehicle. Overall this is a great camp in a great location. You will definitely enjoy the wildlife including some visits from elephants. But the best part of this camp was the staff for sure. We did have just a couple of insect related issues, ants were a bit of a problem as well as mosquitos one night inside the mosquito netting. But those problems were quickly addressed by Charity. Everything else was just what you want from a remote bush camp. Thanks to Charity and the whole team at Nsolo. And a special thanks to Friday and Edward our guides.
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Date of stay: September 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
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Donna C wrote a review Apr 2017
West Vancouver, Canada
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nsolo was the second of our three Norman Carr camps on our second trip to Zambia. Although the four of us loved all three camps our absolute favourite was Nsolo Bush Camp. We loved everything about it--the lovely spacious reed and thatch chalet, the amazing bathroom open to the sky, the large deck with views of the waterholes, the delicious and plentiful food and, above all, the awesome Nsolo team. Arriving on foot from Luwi we were greeted with warm towels and cold drinks by host, Charity, guides Prince and Friday, and the rest of the Nsolo staff. As with the other camps our day started around 5:30 a.m. with a wake-up call followed by breakfast around the campfire and then a 3 hour bush walk. In the afternoons we went on a game drive which ended with "sundowners" overlooking the dry river bed. Friday Zulu was our amazing guide for all of our activities during the two nights that we were at Nsolo as well as our "Return to the Wild Side" overnight camping adventure on the third night. Friday was so kind, enthusiastic and knowledgeable he made our visit to Nsolo Bush Camp very special. Our host, Charity, also contributed to the specialness of Nsolo. She was so warm and friendly she made us feel like family. The camp was managed to extremely high standards and the food, thanks to executive chef Million, was absolutely delicious. On the afternoon of our third day at Nsolo we walked to the site of our overnight camp-out---a dry river bed---where we set up our mosquito net tents and then had a drink by the fire. After a delicious braai and some conversation we went to bed under the stars. Three fires had been set up around our small camp and a guard patrolled the perimeter. Nevertheless during the night we could hear the barking from the hyena den close to our camp and the roar of a leopard as well as many other noises of the African bush. It was an amazing experience and one that I would not have missed for anything. After a huge cooked breakfast we took down our tents and helped pack up camp. We then proceeded to our final Norman Carr camp--Kakuli.
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Date of stay: September 2016
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John A wrote a review Aug 2016
Shipley, United Kingdom
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
If you're staying in South Luangwa for anything other than the wildlife, you've picked the wrong place to visit. However, Nsolo manages to make you feel like you're in the laps of both luxury and Mother Nature, and was the most perfect introduction to our time in Zambia.
The chalets are comfortable, clean and welcoming. Space is ample and the staff take care to remake beds, bring down the mosquito nets and keep your chalets tidy. The bathroom is outside, though with elegant-yet-rustic walls, but showering under the stars is a wonderful experience.
The food is scrumptious! Eating such great food - and so much of it - makes it easy to forget that you are out in the wilds of Africa. Whilst lunch, dinner and afternoon tea is fabulous, my favourite meal was pre-game breakfast: fresh coffee kept warm on the fire, with a delicious porridge (try it with some great raw honey), and scrambled eggs cooked to perfection over the fire served on fire-toasted bread. A variety of cereals, muesli and the like are available, with milk, yogurts and fresh fruit.
Despite the great service, luxurious camp and al fresco douche, it's the wildlife which constantly, breathtakingly steals the show.
We arrived in the national park as dusk was falling and waited patiently in the truck at the gates as baboons played by the side of the road. Further in, closer to the camp, we were treated to a wonderful sight: a couple of hyenas watched over their cubs around their den: two litters, one a few weeks older than the other, played joyfully. It'd be easy to mistake them as friendly, tame pets - it's only the huge size, with equally large teeth, of their mothers which remind you that you are in the wild.
Our introduction to the camp and chalet blew us away, as mentioned above, but even - or, maybe, especially, after dark, the wildlife constantly reminds you that you are nothing more than a visitor to their domain.
That first night, sitting around the camp fire with other guests, having eaten our fill, one of the staff said that some lions had been spotted close by and asked if we'd like to investigate. Immediately, we all jumped in a truck and were off. We did not have far to go: two lions, a big male and a female had walked through the edge of the camp and we found them lying in the moonlight... about 3m from our chalet! Suddenly the armed chaperone didn't seem so overly cautious! The lions moved off and we followed, shortly running into the whole pride who were joining up before a night's hunting. What an introduction to Zambia!
Although in our beds, safe and sound, we were constantly and wonderfully reminded of the wonder going on outside. Only slightly heightened by the malaria medication, cries, barks, calls and other sounds for which their is no known onomatopoeic word in English carried on throughout the night, including snuffling, chewing and crunching from (what we would later discover) the local pod / raft of hippos who've made their home in one of the few remaining pools of the river's seasonal tributary just 10m from the camp. I've rated the sleep quality as excellent but, in truth, it's your best worst night's sleep ever: you won't get a 'good night's sleep' - instead, you'll get wonderfully kept awake and amazingly frequently woken by sounds you've never heard herd before... and you'll love every moment.
The next morning was wonderful: I've never been so happy to get a 5.30am wake-up call.
We saw the sunrise over the noisy hippos from the night before, shared scrambled eggs & storied of the night, and were champing at the bit for the morning's excitement: a walking safari.
Prince, a wonderful guide, and Kepher, his armed scout (brandishing, suddenly understandably and sensibly) a rifle, took us out, showing us the fantastic scenery, sharing the amazing wildlife and teaching us about everything, from flora and fauna to faeces and wild fires. We were hot on the heels of the pride of lions from the night before, tracking them expertly from where we'd seen them near to camp. We eventually caught up with them (after being picked up in the truck and having had a delicious bush-snack & coffee) where they were full of zebra meat, picking the bones under a bush. We stayed long enough to watch the pride relinquish the carcass to the vultures (three types) and even saw a lone male, skinny, sickly and starving, sneak onto the scene and pinch a leg, reminding us that life isn't easy out here, even for the king of the jungle.
All this happened within 16 hours of us arriving in South Laungwa. The place was wonderful: the camp, the setting, the wildlife. Tales of lions in camp, hippos near by and armed guards may sound scary but we never, ever felt unsafe or scared, but we were constantly reminded and always aware that we were witnessing, and often in the midst of, the wild of Africa. It was simply a perfect introduction to Zambia.
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Date of stay: August 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: We had chalet 5, the newest room, but I'd expect nothing less from the other rooms.
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David_in_Melbourne wrote a review Sept 2015
Melbourne, Australia
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was the third of the Norman Carr bush camps we stayed at, which was part of our 10 day Zambia experience, and we thought it was another great place to stay.

We had taken the option to walk from Luwi Camp as part of our morning nature walk while our bags were driven over by 4wd. The walk took slightly more than three hours and finished as the heat started to build. We were met by our new host (Colo) who was always full of energy and happy to help out with any accommodation issues. She was a great host and was clearly liked by all the guests.

Nsolo follows the same schedule as Luwi: wake up call at 5:45am, followed by breakfast around the campfire at 6:00am, with a morning nature walk of 2-3 hours. Brunch Is served at 11:30am, with free (rest) time until 3:30pm when tea and drinks are available. At Nsolo we did evening game drives, viewing leopard on both nights. On our final night we saw the local lion pride that had clearly been feasting during the day as their stomachs were extremely full! As a bonus these lions were directly outside the camp, so viewing was really easy.

During our two-day stay, there were seven guests in the camp (it accommodates a maximum of 8/9 guests). We were accommodated in chalet 1, which had a lovely outdoor toilet/shower area from which you could continue to enjoy the local wildlife. All the chalets at the camp are built from local materials, and were on raised stilts with a wooden floor. The main bar area is at ground level and overlooks an area of the river that always has water (and so attracts the wildlife). This is also the area where Brunch (11:30am) and dinner (7:30pm) is served. Similar to Luwi, the quality of the food is outstanding and would easily please any discerning guest.

Guests are encouraged to rest during the afternoon as the heat made 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 served overlooking the watering hole at 3:30pm, and is then followed by a game drive, with drinks served at sunset (the half way point). The night portion of the game drive allowed us to see nocturnal animals, and dinner was served upon our return.

Our guide at Nsolo was Phil, who was incredibly knowledgeable on the local wildlife, and had a real care for the well being of the animals in the area. We were able to enjoy good leopard viewing every day/night, and were able to briefly watch a leopard hunting Poku on our second night.

Similar to our experience at Luwi, 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 Nsolo for 2 days/nights, and then transferred to our next Norman Carr camp (Kakuli) as part of the morning nature walk: due to the distance (it's a 15km walk) between Nsolo and Kakuli, and the heat that builds from about 8:30am at this time of the year, we walked half-way and then met a 4wd with our bags for a game drive for the second half of the journey.

Readers contemplating staying at Nsolo 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.

Like Luwi, the nature walks at Nsolo are a highlight of the Norman Carr 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.

Without doubt, we'll look forward to our return.
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: All chalets seem to have great views - you can't go wrong!
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Response from NormanCarr, Owner at Time + Tide Nsolo
Responded 13 Sept 2015
David - thanks again for reviewing all five of our camps you stayed at - as mentioned in your Luwi review 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. I'm pleased you loved the walking element - it's very special to be part of the eco-system and not merely an observer from the back of a vehicle.
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GKL wrote a review Jul 2011
Port Macquarie, Australia
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A peaceful and quaint bush safari camp of only 4 thatched, spacious rooms set on raised wooden decks, each with their own private verandah, set under the shade of big trees. Nsolo was lovely and quiet, making our 2 night stay all that more peaceful. It was one of our greatest experiences to absorb and take in the surround sounds of the bush, the spiritual silence of sometimes just being, and sitting there. We didn't have to go searching for the wildlife - it came to us! The buffalo and elephants were frequent visitors to the waterhole in the dry riverbed in front of camp. We experienced perfectly organised service, well trained staff, very customer friendly guides, and a tasteful and plentiful cuisine. The walks were wonderful!
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Date of stay: June 2011
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5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Skew789 wrote a review Sept 2016
Ely, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Nsolo Bushcamp, South Luangwa National Park, Zambia. 12th – 14th August 2016
Our very first night in Africa and what a place to start. It had been a long, long journey from Britain and I really wondered where on earth I was coming to when we were driven through the dark evening along the rough dusty tracks of the National Park in an open Land Rover. Occasional animal eyes glittering in the headlights made me even more anxious about where I was going to end up. But when we eventually arrived at Nsolo Bushcamp, we were greeted by a line of smiling staff welcoming us with warm flannels to wipe off the African dust and even warmer words of welcome from Charity who quickly made us feel at home. We were taken by an armed scout to our beautiful spacious reed and thatched room which was reassuringly raised above the ground on short stilts and bathed in the gentle glow of solar lighting with a huge bed swathed in snowy mosquito nets. Later, Charity and Friday, who was to be our guide for the next two days, joined us for an incredible meal under an enormous tree and we started to relax into our holiday. What a wonderful introduction to Africa Nsolo proved to be. Our camp was extremely comfortable, the food delicious (even a birthday cake before my husband’s birthday) and all the staff kind, welcoming and unerringly helpful. Everything was managed most efficiently and the camp was spotlessly clean. The guiding was terrific and Friday introduced us, a pair of raw novices, to the joy of walking safaris – what an experience! On our final day at Nsolo, he and Kafus walked the eight miles with us to Kakuli Bushcamp which was truly unforgettable.
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Date of stay: August 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from Time + Tide
Cape Town Central, South Africa12 contributions
Good morning Jill, Thanks for your message - game viewing in May is fabulous, there is still water in the river tributaries, you'll see copious amounts of hippos and crocs. Jan-May is the best time to view wild dog, leopard are always around and if you come after 19 May and visit one of the bushcamps (like Nsolo) you might see serval or caracal (but they're both quite rare here). There is plenty of plains game, giraffe, elephant and the end of the migrant birds. Do let me know if you have more questions! Best, Mindy Sales and Marketing Director
lottemalawi wrote a tip Jun 2024
Lilongwe, Malawi11 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Don't miss out on the sleepout exprience and book it well in advance!"
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John A wrote a tip Aug 2016
Shipley, United Kingdom33 contributions14 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"We had chalet 5, the newest room, but I'd expect nothing less from the other rooms."
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David_in_Melbourne wrote a tip Sept 2015
Melbourne, Australia289 contributions193 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All chalets seem to have great views - you can't go wrong!"
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Ruth H wrote a tip Jun 2015
6 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Only 4 rooms - all unique and great!"
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111TWIGAMINHAAFRIKA wrote a tip Nov 2014
Bristol, United Kingdom7,801 contributions893 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Each chalet retains privacy as they are located some 20 metres apart. The rooms have wooden flooring with the shower and bathroom separate."
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