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Situated on the east bank of the Luangwa River, Robin’s House is a small private two-bedroomed property, with extensive views of South Luangwa National Park.

The house has two bedrooms - one double and one twin or triple - both with large bathrooms. It can accommodate a maximum of four adults (or more if a family travelling with children). The central part of the house has a comfortable sitting/relaxation area and dining area; most meals are taken outside under a huge ebony tree.

The house has its own private plunge pool and its own team of staff who are dedicated to looking after you. Activities include day or night drives, walking safaris, boat safaris (in season, December to April) and visits to Kwaza Village and school.

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This accommodation is featured in the following itinerary:

Zambezi Wonders & Wilderness

A fabulous family safari offering the perfect combination of outstanding natural wonders, unspoilt wilderness, incredible wildlife and fun activities. From the spectacular Victoria Falls and the astonishing wildlife of South Luangwa, to the pristine shores of Lake Malawi, enjoy the very best of Zambia and Malawi.

  • When to go: Apr-Dec
  • Duration inc. flights: 13 days
  • Price inc. flights: From £4,995 pp
  • Trip type: Tailor-made trip idea
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South Luangwa National Park

Comprising some 9,050 square kilometres of unspoilt African wilderness, South Luangwa is undoubtedly the jewel of Zambia’s national parks and a magnet to outstanding wildlife, particularly leopard. Its eastern boundary is the meandering Luangwa River whose regular changes in course leave scenic oxbow lagoons.

  • Where: Eastern Province
  • Ideal for viewing: leopard, Cookson’s wildebeest, Thornicroft’s giraffe, Crawshay’s zebra, African elephant
  • Excellent for: Walking safaris, Wildlife photography, Photography tours with Nick Garbutt, Vehicle safaris, Walking with wildlife, Just Conservation