South Luangwa definitely ranks tops on Zambia's list of top safari destinations. It's a pretty and scenic park with sweeping floodplains, oxbow lakes and woodland thickets alongside the perennial Luangwa River which attracts a wide variety of game. It's also probably one of the best destinations in Africa for walking safaris, where you'll be in the company of expert guides and experienced, armed trackers. The river teems with hippos and you're likely to see huge herds of elephant and buffalo, as well as the more unusual, endemic Thornicroft’s giraffe with their distinctive patterns. Leopards are often spotted on night drives, (permitted in Zambia's national parks) as well as other shy nocturnal creatures like porcupine, serval cat and civet.
The safaris listed below include South Luangwa National Park as a destination. This is not a complete list - we specialise in creating tailor-made and personalised safari itineraries to suit your exact requirements.
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An 8 Day South and North Luangwa Combo safari enjoying the best of both worlds - 4 days at Tafika Camp in South Luangwa, a 12-bed intimate safari camp where you can enjoy day and night game drives, bush walks, bicycle safaris and microlight safaris; then 4 days at remote Mwaleshi Camp in North Luangwa with daily bushwalks in some of the most pristine, undisturbed and wildest safari spots in Africa.
Four days at the intimate Tafika Camp near the beautiful Nsefu Sector in South Luangwa National Park, Zambia, followed by four days at Remote Africa Safari's satellite walking camps - Chikoko Tree Camp and/or Crocodile River Camp. An unforgettable safari experience for enthusiasts looking to really get away from it all. You're very unlikely to encounter any other vehicles, people or signs of life except your able and experienced guides, hosts and chefs.