Join us for an exciting and 8 nights Zambian’s best Luangwa Discovery safari combining an interactive conservation project with some of the best wildlife viewing and beautiful African scenery of the Luangwa Valley. Visit Flatdogs Camp in South Luangwa National Park for a total of 4 nights followed by 4 nights at the Luambe Conservation Project in Luambe National Park.
Day 1 – 4: Flatdogs Camp, South Luangwa
Following an arrival in Mfuwe, you will be met by Flatdog staff and transferred to Flatdogs Safari Camp in the South Luangwa National Park, one of the last great wildlife wonders of the world. Spend 3 nights in this park that is nine thousand square kilometers (3,475 square miles) of pristine wilderness that can be explored with game drives and guided safari walks. The Luangwa Valley is home to incredible diversity of life, including around 100 species of mammals, more than 400 bird species and over 2000 types of plants.
Day 4 – 8: Luambe Camp, Luambe National Park
Luambe staff will meet you at Flatdogs where you will start your journey to Luambe National Park. Enjoy a 4 hour road transfer, allowing you ample time to take in the new surroundings, diverse wildlife as well as experience the astonishing birdlife encountered along the way. The Luambe Conservation Project exists to restore this National Park to its former glory, one of of the most productive wilderness areas in Zambia. You have the opportunity to get involved in the project, taking part in conservation activities with the team on the ground.
When To Visit
Seasonal changes are very pronounced during the Luangwa discovery Safari in Luangwa. The dry season begins in April and intensifies through to October, the hottest month, when game concentrations are at their height. Warm sunny days and chilly nights typify the dry winter months of May to August.
The wet season begins in November as the leaves turn green, and the dry bleak terrain becomes a lush jungle. The rainy season lasts up until the end of March and the migrant birds arrive in droves. Lodges stays open for as long as access is possible, depending on its location in the area. Your explore other related safari packages here