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The Nsefu Hides
The Nsefu hides in South Luangwa, which are built by Robin Pope Safari, are in one of the most remote areas of the South Luangwa National Park in the Nsefu Sector. These hides are set up each year in June for the season which lasts until November.
How we rate Nsefu Hides
What you will see
- The hippo hide takes you up close and personal to a group of hippos, which are most active at sunset. The hide faces into the setting sun and is great for evening photography.
- The carmine bee-eater hide, which is open from August to November, is designed for viewing these very colourful birds as they nest. It is best at sunset when light is on the mud bank and birds return to their chicks
When to visit
The Nsefu hides in South Luangwa are at their best from July onwards depending upon the rains. The carmine bee-eaters usually arrive in September and stay until mid to late November.
What it costs
The hides are only open to guests staying at Nsefu and Tena Tena.