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South Luangwa National Park

South Luangwa is dubbed by experts as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world.

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Elephant in Storm

The Park itself is 9,050 km2 (3,490 sq mi) and with the Luangwa River running through it – the concentration of wildlife around these lagoons are amongst the highest in the world.

With over 60 different animal species and 400 (of Zambia’s 732 specials) different bird species the park is a birdwatcher’s dream whatever the season.

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Wild Dog
Elephants in Sunset

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Luangwa offers the most incredible landcapes with is diverse vegetation with its incredible trees, plants and exotic flowers it adds to the richness of the Luangwa experience.

The most common trees found in the park include mopane, winterthorne, leadwood, ivory palm, the marula, baobab and magnificent tamarind trees.

Zebra