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Discover Shiwa Ng’andu in Zambia

AboutShiwa Ng’andu

Shiwa N’gandu is in the remote heart of northern Zambian, a majestic home built in the wilderness over 80 years ago. A few years ago this remarkable house and estate of Sir Stewart Gore-Browne and his wife Lorna was on the brink on collapse. However, their grandson Charlie Harvey and his wife Jo have taken on the job of renovating this amazing property and have opened it to the public. They are always on hand and do the hosting themselves. Their insight into how the house came about and the task of building this “English Country Home” in the African bush is in itself worth the trip. At present the house can accommodate 4 -5 couples. The house has four spacious and light bedrooms – two en-suite, a warm, hospitable lounge and dining room opening on to a typically colonial all round veranda that offers spectacular views down to the lake. All rooms are simple with original hardwood furnishings and paintings and en-suite bathrooms

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Shiwa Ng'andu Landscape
Misty mornings in Shiwa Ng'andu

The Shiwa Ng’andu region

Shiwa Ng’andu

Camps & Lodgesin the Shiwa Ng’andu region

Shiwa N’gandu is in the remote heart of northern Zambian, a majestic home built in the wilderness over 80 years ago.
Claire T about Shiwa Ng’andu

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