SOUTH LUANGWA N.P.
South Luangwa National Park has to be one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world – the concentration of animals around the Luangwa River and its oxbow lagoons is among the most impressive in Africa.
Towering trees and flowing rivers create an abundant habitat for animals and birdlife to thrive in. The Luangwa River is famous for its huge hippo and crocodile populations, but herds of zebra, and a variety of antelope like sable, roan, puku and reedbuck also call South Luangwa home.
South Luangwa is well-known for being the place where walking safaris were pioneered. Developed by conservationist Norman Carr, walking safaris with highly experienced guides allow you to get closer to nature and experience this incredible wilderness with minimal disruption. A walking safari between some of the park’s authentic and strategically located luxury bush camps is highly recommended!
Africa’s safaris offer some of the best wildlife experiences on the planet!