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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The area is absolutely stunning and we were provided with a map and directions so that we could go on some short walks, which were incredible. The campsite is well maintained and the braai area and amazing open air showers are very appreciated. It seems pricey but it's worth it. The honesty bar area is also lovely.

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Copenhagen, Denmark
Reviewed 11 January 2017

First of all, we only spent half an afternoon and one evening/night here, so the review is only regarding the premises - not the nature and walks. The huts are quite primitive, but clean and functioning. The restaurant is very dark and you sit along a long table together with the managers and other guests. Breakfast was fine. In general...

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Reviewed 2 January 2017

We camped with our rooftop tent cars on one of the very spacious camp areas. The area is somehow covered by trees and this gives the needed shadow during the day. Ablutions and showers are very basic, but very clean and well functioning. You can surf on the wifi near reception and the "bar" area has the most beautiful view...

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Solwezi, Zambia
Reviewed 16 November 2016

the african spirit brought us by chance to this breath taking place in muchinga province. we stayed 6 nights there and still wanted to extend our excellent time there. the chalets and their terraces are so beautiful, the sun downer rock and the bar invite the guest to indulge there forever. climbing mount mayense it the ultimate breath taking thing...

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Nairobi, Kenya
Reviewed 21 October 2016

I planned to stay here a night, and stayed for three. I loved it. They have great campsites, with firewood and grills, and hand you a little map for hiking around while you stay there. The forest is exceptionally peaceful, and there are well maintained trails winding through it. In Sept./Oct. Musasi trees turn autumn red, and you can climb...

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Lilongwe, Malawi
Reviewed 19 October 2016

The wilderness area is very beautiul and the chalets are imaginatively placed with stunning views There are plenty of good walks and great opportunities for birding The room was spacious and comfortable. Meals were served with other guests and the hosts around a large family dining table. Good home cooking and lots of it There are only four chaleys so...

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Reviewed 15 October 2016 via mobile

We camped at Mutinondo for two nights. Facilities are excellent relative to the region. Water is potable and tastes WAY better than bottled! Staff is friendly and knowledgable. Extensive hiking trails and able to swim safely!

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Windhoek
Reviewed 1 August 2016

Since we could not visit North Luangwa National Park - still closed in May, we decided to stay at Mutinondo Wilderness as an alternative. The gravel road turning off the Great North was well maintained - definitely the best gravel road we traveled in Zambia. Mutinondo is not a game experience but offers extremely beautiful scenery and unique vegetation. We...

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Inge A, Manager at Mutinondo Wilderness, responded to this review

Dear Nesi, Thanks so much for your review. We also love meeting new people at the campfire and dinner! Best, Inge

Moshi, Tanzania
Reviewed 4 June 2016 via mobile

Mutinondo is small but makes up for it with amazing scenery. A walk up any of the inselbergs, but Mayense especially, gives you a very rewarding view of the other inselbergs, the pristine forest and the grassy swamps in between. The campsite is amongst the most beautiful in Zambia and has good facilities: a nice hot shower, washing basins, a...

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Inge A, Manager at Mutinondo Wilderness, responded to this review

Thanks Rafael! Best, Inge

Cologne, Germany
Reviewed 8 January 2016

When we arrived at Mutinondo Wilderness we were welcomed by the owner and the manager showed us around. First he showed us the lodge area, with the Bar, Dining Room and the general surounding.After that he drove us, with our luggage to our Camp Site. There we had a bricked fire place with a place to store food and fire...

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Eco-lodge in in 10,000 hectares of spectacular pristine miombo woodland, expansive sponge dambos, crystal clear rivers and waterfalls meandering between a cluster of majestic granite whalebacks The infrastructure consists of a small self catering camp and a main camp with a comfortable campsite and a full catering lodge with four chalets - each chalet is named after the specific local timber used in it for making the beams, fittings and furniture. The power is generated by solar, the water is pumped up to the camp by a solar pump and each chalet has its own solar water heater. * Mulombwa is our special stone chalet with a beautiful view over the valley to the East. It has a separate bathroom with bath, shower and toilet. * Musase is our family chalet. It is ensuite with a shower and toilet and the main room is divided by a low wall to create two sleeping areas. * Kayimbi is open at the front with a wonderful view to the North East over the Musamfushi valley. It is ensuite with a shower and toilet and two three-quarter beds. * Mubanga is open to the side in a sheltered position with a view to the South (standard). It is surrounded by trees and is good for birders. Ensuite shower and toilet and two three-quarter beds. * Campsite room. This is a very small oval thatched room situated on the edge of the campsite about 200m from the lodge. Just big enough for two single beds. It shares ablutions and toilets with campsites. * Mayense campsite. 5 Sites with braai facilities, one site with a large nsaka (cooking and dining shelter) with tables, and one small campsite room. Shared toilets, showers and washing up facilities. * Kankonde self catering camp. Includes a chalet with two beds and mattresses, a toilet, shower shelter, and a nsaka with tables. ... more   less 

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Address: Great North Road, Mpika 80100, Zambia
Region: Zambia > Northern Province > Mpika
Number of rooms: 4
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“Choose the campsite up on the hill. It's epic!!!”
 of 5 bubbles N0MADIC-BY-NATURE, 21 Oct 2016 | Read review
“Travellers will be pleased with any of the chalets”
 of 5 bubbles 543timothyf, 18 Oct 2016 | Read review
“Camping is in the forest, but all the cabins have great views.”
 of 5 bubbles g0ings0mewhereelse, 7 Jan 2016 | Read review
“Ask for the campsite at the top of the hill if possible”
 of 5 bubbles riverrat205, 28 Sep 2014 | Read review
“any camp site will do. all of them has shade.”
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 of 5 bubbles SakkieRawsonville, 2 Sep 2014 | Read review
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