We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Nsobe is just a short trip outside Ndola, although they have no big game at the park, the 14 different types of antelope, zebra and Giraffes are more than sufficient.
The chalets are basic but well presented and clean the restaurant offers a limited menu...More
Thank David P
Response from Theresa S, Manager at Nsobe Game CampResponded 13 June 2017
Thank you so much for the wonderful review positive and for all your support.
We really forward to having you at Nsobe soon.
Nsobe Game Camp is well worth a visit.
The private camp is exceptional, with zebra, sable and other game coming up close to eat. It is also on a remote area of the property, so provides peace and tranquility
The main camp reception area is...More
I've visited Nsobe a number of times and the service is always great. In March we visited for a day and did a game park drive tour, due to the wet season the grass was very high w so we didn't see as much as...More
The place, located on the outskirts of Ndola (Ndl-Kpr Rd)is a good get away from all the hassle and bustle of town for either a days or night(s) trip.
Enjoy the quietness, reptile viewing and game drive, with limited/no phone signal😜
I facilitated a strategic planning conference for Atlas Copco recently. While rustic we did manage to enjoy a fruitful conference. Biggest shortfall is lack of connectivity and in today's business environment Nsobe will lose business customers if this is not improved. Management and staff were...More
Response from Theresa S, Manager at Nsobe Game CampResponded 20 October 2016
Good morning Sir,
We so glad that you enjoyed and managed to have a fruitful conference.
Thank you so much you and I am proud to hear the staffs were very helpful. And thank you so much for bringing up a lack to our business...More
Response from Carl_S290614 | Reviewed this property |
I'm not certain, but I believe there are different fees, depending on your affiliations. I've always gone as a part of a church group, so have not paid any entry fees, but I think there are fees to get in if you are just a... More
I'm not certain, but I believe there are different fees, depending on your affiliations. I've always gone as a part of a church group, so have not paid any entry fees, but I think there are fees to get in if you are just a member of the public who wants to visit. Meals, bar etc are all very reasonably priced, in my experience.