Zambia’s South Luangwa National Park is adored by safari enthusiasts and first timers, honeymooners and families. If you’re looking to try a walking safari, this is certainly the place to do it – they are some of the finest on the continent and led by truly expert guides, who are ready to reveal the secrets of the bush. Concentrations of wildlife are spectacular, and game drives and night drives will reveal lion, elephant, buffalo, wild dog, puku and impala, alongside high numbers of leopard, earning the park the nickname ‘Valley of the Leopards.’
Accommodation in the park tends to be in small, rustic bush camps, sleeping a maximum of 8 or 10 people, but there are some larger, more modern lodges around. It’s unusual to see many, if any, other vehicles in the South Luangwa, making it one of the continent’s last true wilderness areas and an extremely rewarding safari destination.
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