Nsobe Game Camp

Copperbelt Province , Copperbelt Province,Ndola

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From K45.38 / per night

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DESCRIPTION

Located on a pristine Miombo woodland game-farm, overlooking a beautiful dam, Nsobe is home to giraffes, zebras, warthogs, various nocturnal animals, monkeys and 15 species of antelope, including the rare Sitatunga, Black Lechwe and Sable. Over 300 species of bird-life have been spotted.Nsobe traces its origins to the Cape to Cairo railway. In 1908 the Steam Engine track was laid through what would become Nsobe Game Camp and Miengwe Farm. Cottage 200 (the ruins of which are on the farm) was built and a man called George Rankin was based there with the task of keeping the steam trains supplied with water and wood fuel. On retirement Mr Rankin was given a farm cut out of the forest reserve, adjacent to the railway line. This farm plus surrounding plots grew to be Nsobe.Nsobe Game Camp was started in 2001, and is part of a 1500 hectare commercial farm, Miengwe Farm Ltd. Other core businesses on Miengwe Farm are Fisheries, Beef Herd and Feedlotting, Piggery, Processing and Game Ranching. Nsobe Game Camp and Miengwe Farm are currently undergoing a Management Buy-out, and as a reward for our people’s commitment 50% of the shares will be held by our employees once the buy-out is completed.Nsobe Community School provides quality education for our surrounding village children.  

FACILITIES

  • Restaurant
  • Restaurant (buffet)
  • Restaurant (à la carte)
  • Bar
  • BBQ facilities
  • Free! Free private parking is possible on site
  • Garden
  • Outdoor sitting area
  • Picnic area
  • 24-hour front desk
  • Laundry
  • Family rooms
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Shower and Tub
  • Showers

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