North Luangwa National Park


Dating back to 1938, the North Luangwa National Park is a relative hidden gem of Zambian Safaris, covering some 22,000 km squared of river frontage and pristine bushveld. Offering a throwback to the early days of safari – so exploring on foot and with few visitors – it is a great option to combine with its more popular neighbour the South Luangwa.There are just three camps found in the park, all of which are rustic in style – still very comfortable but with the focus being on getting visitors out and about to explore the park as much as possible. Walking is the main activity here, although certain camps offer game drives on a limited basis.There is plenty of wildlife in the park, drawn by the Luangwa and Mwaleshi Rivers, so visitors can expect to see lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and wild dog amongst others. There will also be the chance to visit the rhino sanctuary that operates in the reserve and that is home to Zambia’s only black rhino population.  

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