Includes all park fees, game drives, walking safaris, camping accommodation, all meals/drinks/snacks, transportation, experienced and qualified guides.
Liuwa Plains has one of the oldest conservation histories in Africa, dating back to the 19th century where the King of Barotseland, Lubosi Lewanika, appointed his people to be the custodians of the park and its wildlife. Now, with over 12,500 people legally living within the park, Liuwa Plains is a perfect example of people living with wildlife and co-existing in a shared landscape.
Every year, Liuwa hosts the second largest wildebeest migration (second only to the Serengeti) on the continent – this is one of the most incredible sights on the planet.
What’s more is that unlike the Serengeti, when you visit Liuwa the chances of seeing another vehicle are slim. You will literally know what it feels like to be alone in the African wild. No cars, no cell phones, no crowds – just you and your fellow adventurers, your guide, your vehicle and the amazing wildlife.
In the last few years National Parks of Zambia have reintroduced lion, eland and buffalo into the park. The numbers of these magnificent animals has now increased dramatically and is sustainable without any need for human interference. The park is now very well protected and poaching is on the decline. This makes for a fantastic expedition into one of the most untouched habitats in Africa.
However, despite its increasing popularity, Liuwa is still very much at the high-end of the safari market. Fortunately, with Bongwe Safaris you can book this incredible expedition for the fraction of the exclusive prices usually spent to visit Liuwa.
This suggested itinerary is a guide only – The trip can always be tailored to suit your needs and our day-to-day plans will vary in order to maximise wildlife sightings. For example, we may decide we want to follow a pride of lion that we saw the day before that may require an earlier start than advertised. Or, maybe you would prefer to stay in bed a little longer on the final day. Perhaps you would prefer more walking than game drives? No problem. The aim is to ensure that you have the best safari experience possible.
The safari operates out of Livingstone, and offers transport to and from Livingstone as part of the trip, although alternative arrangements can be made by special agreement should your starting point be elsewhere in Zambia. Please contact us for more information.
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A Bongwe Safari is not just a safari, it is an experience to remember.