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South Luangwa “The Valley of the Leopards”

South Luangwa National Park in Zambia encompasses all that. Covering a vast area of around 9,050 square kilometres, South Luangwa National Park (often known as “The Valley”), is fed by the mighty Luangwa River, which flows into the park providing the perfect habitat, and a thriving ecosystem for many different species. It also makes it one of the best places in the world to view some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife, and is also known for its amazing walking safari experiences...

Wildlife viewing of a different kind

Our saddle bags and picnic lunches packed we are ready to set off in search of some wildlife. The Okavango has just enough water from the rains as we canter along our excitement is building for in the distance we see a herd of elephants....

South Luangwa “The Valley of the Leopards”

South Luangwa National Park in Zambia encompasses all that. Covering a vast area of around 9,050 square kilometres, South Luangwa National Park (often known as “The Valley”), is fed by the mighty Luangwa River, which flows into the park providing the perfect habitat, and a thriving ecosystem for many different species. It also makes it one of the best places in the world to view some of Africa’s most iconic wildlife, and is also known for its amazing walking safari experiences...

Destinations a little off the beaten track

As they sat and studied their surroundings, they realised they had stumbled on a hidden paradise of game. Hippos in their hundreds, not just in the rivers, also grazing on the banks in herds. The crocodiles were more circumspect so numerous that they couldn't easily hide.
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