Luwi's four thatched and grass chalets are set in a beautiful shady grove of trees close to the banks of the Luwi sand river.
The rooms which are built each season using natural materials melt into the bush and are simple yet extremely comfortable with en-suite bathrooms and hot showers.
There is a hippo filled lagoon close by and walking safaris from camp usually finish with sundowners there, watching the sunset over a landscape unchanged for thousands of years. Brunch is taken in the shade of a huge old tree and dinner is under the stars. The Luwi area is famous for its lions and the thrill of tracking them on foot is an experience not to be missed.
Luwi Camp epitomises the legacy of Norman Carr. The camp barely has an impact on the environment being built with natural materials and dismantled at the end of each season.