The safari lodges in the Luangwa region that we offer are based over two National Parks being the South Luangwa and the North Luangwa. Two of the most isolated and remote National Parks in the whole world.
The now famous 'walking safari' originated in these parks and is still one of the finest ways to experience this pristine wilderness first hand. We highly recommend a safari to this destination when travelling within Zambia, the uniqueness of her wildlife is a major draw card. Another draw card is the high populations of Leopard, Hippo and lion, in fact, both of these national Park offer up some of the best wildlife viewings in the whole of Africa.
Our team of Zambia Safari experts will guide you through the process of which Luangwa Lodges are best suited for your time frame and budget.
- Nkwali CampNkwali Camp has been designed so that guests always look out - to the bush and to the Luangwa River. The land is superb game viewing country, with a beautiful area of ebony woodland and open grasslands. Elephants regularly cross the Luangwa, seen from the bar, or come to the waterhole near the thatched dining room.
- Kalamu Lagoon CampPositioned on a beautiful permanent lagoon just off the Luangwa River in the remote area of the South Luangwa National Park, imparting a feeling of remoteness and exclusivity. The Luamfwa Concession is located in the wild and uncrowded (with people that is!) southern sector of the Park.
- Luwi Bush CampDue to its remote location, there are not many roads in the area so activities are centered on walking safaris. This fact makes Luwi Bush Camp one of the most enthralling camps in Zambia. The wildlife in the area is prolific and to track it each day on foot is a memory that will last a lifetime.
- Chichele Presidential LodgeChichele Presidential Lodge is approached through a majestic arched entrance leading to a huge colonial style lounge. The lodge is accessible year-round and is an ideal base for exploring the prolific wildlife that populates the different habitats that surround the Luangwa River.