This tented camp sleeps 8 people (min 4 pax per booking per night) and has a hot water shower, flush toilet, 4 safari twin tents with all linen and bedding included as well as all kitchen equipment needed and solar lights for the evening. The Park is situated in a fascinating landscape, which is home to an abundant variety of animals, birds and plants. Annual flooding adds to Liuwa’s rich biodiversity and creates dramatic landscape changes. Liuwa’s spectacular wildebeest migration, the 2nd largest in Africa, is its chief attraction.
The Park also supports a number of other large game species. Liuwa is regarded as unique due to the fact that it harbours animal and human populations, which have been sharing the same natural resources for many generations.
Liuwa Plain, managed by African Parks, offers its visitors a unique blend of rich natural and cultural heritage in this pristine and remote corner of Africa. It is situated in Barotseland on the Upper Zambezi Flood Plains, Western Province, Zambia. The Park covers an area of 3660 km! of vast grassland and wooded islands. The Park has one of the oldest wildlife protection histories in Africa, as it was declared a game reserve in the 19th century by the then King Lubosi Lewanika.