Zambia's Luangwa Valley has become renowned the world over as one of the last great wildlife reserves on Earth. Situated at its southern tip is the South Luangwa National Park - a place wherewalking safaris originated and which offers an abundance of game throughout the year.
This 9,050 square km park's focal point is the Luangwa River. It's the park's life blood and the water system which gives the South Luangwa its rich, lush vegetation in the summer months, drying almost to nothing in the harsh bareness of winter.
South Luangwa offers travellers a number of interesting specialist Luangwa Tours and Safaris and sublime Luangwa Lodge and Camp accommodation options.
When the Luangwa River is full, it’s filled with hippos, crocodile and birdlife. It's life-preserving waters fill ox-bow lagoons which in turn provide waterholes to a huge variety of game, from antelopes to large predators, which make… Read More