Lugenda Bush Camp Accommodation

The Lugenda Bush Camp is not only the sole accommodation option in the entire Niassa National Park, but also a wildly romantic and enchanted place to spend a holiday. It lodges a maximum of only 16 guests at any one time. Remoteness gets a new meaning: All transfers are organised by the RANI group’s private charter flights. Safaris are still an adventure at Lugenda, even though the camp’s chalets leave nothing to be desired, where refined comforts and modern amenities are concerned. Polished floorboards lend the suites an elegant note and the select quality furniture and tasteful decorations create a gracious ambience that comes as a big surprise when one stops to think about the out-of-the-way location. It becomes apparent that no effort was spared to design an exceptional lodge at the heart of this isolated wilderness. The RANI group has masterfully met this huge challenge. Relish the knowledge that you will be one of only few that have experienced this extraordinary lodge. Of course, the Lugenda camp features all the facilities to spend a stay in full comfort. The facilities include a beautifully designed swimming pool with a sundeck, a lounge and a semi-open restaurant. Even at this remote location, the name RANI stands for uncompromising quality. The cuisine serves delectable culinary highlights and the friendly service is impeccable. The Niassa Park is the perfect choice for those travellers that look for an adventurous destination in an unspoilt setting complemented by plenty of wildlife. No other part of Africa still radiates the original African flair of freedom and wilderness with such raw intensity as the Niassa Reserve does.
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