South Luangwa National Park
South Luangwa National Park is considered one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world. Located in the east of Zambia it supports large populations of endemic subspecies Thornicroft Giraffe and the river is abundant in Crocodiles and Hippos.
The concentration of animals here is among the most intense in Africa. At approximately 9000 square kilometres, the Park eco system is supported by the Luangwa River. The famous “walking safari” originated here and it is still the considered one of the finest in the industry, with the most experienced guides.
Due to its limited accessibility the park is not host to hordes of visitors, retaining the pristine wilderness and feel of intrepid exploration and isolation. It is also one of the few parks to offer Night safari’s which offers a greater chance of seeing the Park’s leopards.