South Luangwa National Park

Located in Eastern Zambia at the end of the Great Rift Valley, South Luangwa National Park was established in 1972.
Abundant game grazes peacefully on the banks of the languid Luangwa River as it traverses the Park, one of the four most significant rivers in Zambia. This is the Park to find the elusive leopard along with other big predators. Being the birthplace of the walking safari, this remains one of its main attractions and a superb way to experience Africa’s wildlife first-hand.
Accommodation

Nkonzi Camp

Located in the heart of the South Luangwa National Park, Nkonzi Camp provides a unique bush camp experience and first-class guiding.

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Kuyenda – The Bushcamp Company

There’s something undeniably special about Kuyenda. Set beneath shady trees by the Manzi River, it may be the simplest of our camps, but Kuyenda embodies the authentic charm of old Africa, with its cluster of six raised reed and thatch rondavel chalets and a central lounge and dining area with a back-to-nature feel.

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Chikunto Safari Lodge

In South Luangwa National Park, this boutique property combines camp authenticity with lodge luxury. Overlooking the Luangwa River, it offers 5 Tented Suites including a 2-Bedroom Family Suite and a unique Combination and Star Bed Suite.

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Zungulila – The Bushcamp Company

A remote, classic tented Bushcamp that delivers an authentic safari experience in eminently peaceful surroundings. Four spacious tents make up this charming Bushcamp that embodies old Africa. Zungulila’s classic Meru tents are stylish and spacious and the ensuite bathrooms have outdoor showers and enormous bathtubs, allowing you to enjoy your creatures and your creature comfort!

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Plan Your Trip

South Luangwa National Park is approximately 9050 sq. km of unspoilt woodland savannah spanning the banks of the Luangwa River and its lagoons that meander through the Park. This unfenced Park has the steep escarpment to the West and the Luangwa River to the East. The Park supports large numbers of Thornicroft’s giraffe, elephants, Cape buffalo and various predators among the 80 mammal species found in the Park. Bird lovers will not be left out, with over 400 of Zambia’s 732 species found in the Park, including many raptors and migratory birds.

Flights arrive several times a day with Proflight Zambia to Mfuwe Airport or the area is ideal for self-drivers up for an adventure.