South Luangwa Walking Safaris - Zambia Africa

Walking Safaris in South Luangwa National Park. Remote and wild areas covering different terrain and habitats.
South Luangwa is considered one of the world’s greatest sanctuaries for wildlife.
For the birding enthusiast expect to find 39 birds of prey and 47 migrant species of the 400 species occuring in the park.

South Luangwa Walking Safaris
Highlights

The Luangwa Valley marks the end of the Great Rift Valley and is one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa.
The Luangwa River flows into the Zambezi River – just below the Lower Zambezi National Park.
This park, scenically bordered by an impressive escarpment, has excellent game, which can be viewed from either the river or by land

South Luangwa Experience (7 nights)

walking day and night game drives Kawaza village tour
tour to Tribal Textiles for sourveniers
visit to Chipembele Wildlife Orphanage

Livingstone Experience (3 nights)
Victoria Falls visit   Livingstone Island lunch / high tea
cultural tours  sunset cruises lion walks
bungee   microlights elephant rides canoeing

Accommodation in South Luangwa
Nkwali is situated on the banks of the Luangwa river where leopards roam along the bank and can be seen from camp.
Chalets have bamboo woven walls and thatch rustic with open air en suite bathrooms.
Nsefu is a small camp with spacious en suite bathrooms. The ambience is of “old Africa” .

Rates are per person sharing valid to 31 October 2019

US$ 5, 364 – per person per tour

Accommodation in Livingstone
Stanley Safari Lodge sits on a hill overlooking the Mosi oa Tunya National Park.
Gorgeous views match the uniquely designed chalets.
Colonial interiors set the mood of this luxury lodge.

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