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Luangwa River Camp


Robin Pope Safaris


The main area stretches over various elevated decked levels amongst which a tempting double plunge pool with a waterfall linking the two is situated. Seating areas around the pool or in the shade of the open plan bar on the highest level all offer uninterrupted views across the river and into the National Park. Luangwa River Camp offers all the creature comforts of a lodge yet retains the intimacy and privacy of a bush camp.

South Luangwa National Park
The LUANGWA VALLEY, which marks the end of the Great Rift Valley, is one of the last unspoilt wilderness areas and possibly the finest wildlife sanctuary in Africa. It covers an area of over 9000 sq. km. through which the meandering Luangwa River runs. The ox bow lagoons, woodland and plains of the valley host huge concentrations of game - including elephant, buffalo, leopard, lion, giraffe, hippo - and over 400 species of birds.

Game Drives

· An option of day or night drives.

· Toyota Landcruisers with two tier seats (three tier for groups / families) are used - a "window" seat (i.e. two people per row) for everyone.

· Open top vehicles, affording you total 360 degree vision.

Walking

· The walks are led by our knowledgeable guide, and escorted by an armed National Park scout.

· Our guiding team is very passionate and will certainly impart some amazing bush insights at a level that will surprise you.

Seasonal Boating

· From end December/January to around April.

· Explore the lagoons for enhanced game viewing and birding.

The Camp

The subtly decorated bush suites with brick walls and thatch roof each have ensuite bathrooms with sunken bathtubs looking out onto your own private corner of Africa. Both the bedroom and bathroom are afronted with large sliding doors leading onto a decked area allowing a lovely breeze into the room and great views onto the river.

Zambia is a vast country, friendly and peaceful, that offers superb wildlife and cultural encounters.

Landlocked in south-central Africa, it is one of the region’s least travelled and most rewarding wilderness destinations. When it comes to wildlife, Zambia offers impressive diversity as well as large concentrations and numbers,

and some of the wildest and most remote game areas on the continent. It was in Zambia that the concept of walking safaris originated as the best way of enjoying the rich flora and fauna of the country’s 19 national parks.

Birdlife is particularly prolific, attracting birders from all over the world.