Luangwa Safari House is situated approximately 1 km from Nkwali camp. The super structure of the house is twenty-five ancient and weathered Leadwood trees. The massive entrance door opens into the huge main room and instantly you see incredible views through the front of the house – which is completely open. It is built on the edge of a seasonal lagoon frequented by herds of elephants and journeys of giraffe throughout the day. The sizeable living room is dominated by large comfortable sofas and a huge marble dining table. The common area stretches up two stories, some twelve meters, to the thatched roof with wooden staircases leading of two sides to the upstairs bedrooms. The open front of the room leads out onto a quartz-tiled terrace with large plunge pool to one side. From this terrace a magnificent risen walkway leads to a wooden deck surrounding a small group of huge ebony trees in the middle of the lagoon. There is a large leather sofa, and a hanging chair plus dining table and chairs for al fresco meals. Daily activities include walking, game drives and night drives. While exploring the bush you are accompanied by professional safari guides, who take pride in sharing their extensive knowledge of the bush with you. Relax in the evening and enjoy a delicious dinner in the company of your fellow guests and guides.