Kauluzi House is the first of its kind in the game-rich Nsefu sector of Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park, a beautifully safari-themed furnished house for private groups of extended family and friends. It is perfect for celebrating special occasions.
Located at the confluence of the Luangwa and Kauluzi Rivers, the house stays remarkably cool even in the hottest of Luangwa Valley weather from the abundant shade of established Winter Thorn and Natal Mahogany trees. Bushbucks; impalas; pukus; bush babies; vervet monkeys, and elephants are frequent visitors.
Kauluzi House sleeps twelve people. There are two mirror image master bedrooms in the front of the house, each with king beds; two river facing rooms each with two-¾ beds; and two additional smaller rooms in the back of the house each with two single-beds. Each of the bedrooms has an ensuite bathroom. There are eight outdoor showers.
Kauluzi’s kitchen is fully equipped with upright refrigerator/ freezer and gas stovetop and oven. Off the kitchen are two pantry areas with washing machine and ice machine. There is plenty of shelving for supplies. A kitchen bar with stools separates the kitchen from the open lounge and dining area where a long dining room table seats twelve guests.
The spacious lounge and dining area opens onto an exterior wooden deck and private infinity saltwater pool, both of which overlook the adjacent South Luangwa National Park and Luangwa River floodplain, a busy wildlife crossing point. The shaded outdoor terrace is furnished with loungers and outdoor furniture. Off to one side of the terrace is a large brick braai/barbecue and outdoor cooking area.