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The Luangwa Valley, one of Africa's last, most authentic and richest wilderness paradises. The South Luangwa Park is also renowned for its immense herds of buffalo, its families of elephants passing through the heart of the campsites and its many predators, including the superb leopard and the elusive wild dog.

The Luangwa River is also home to Africa's largest population of hippopotamus and colonies of carmine bee-eaters that nest on the riverbank between August and October: a unique sight. Birdwatchers will not be disappointed: over 400 species of birds live here.

South Luangwa has a rare beauty that will leave no safarist indifferent, and will allow them to experience magnificent moments of immersion in the savannah during 4x4 safaris or on foot.


Your trip will start from Lusaka Airport in Zambia, where we will take another plane to the East of the country and Mfuwe Airport (flight included).

There we will be met by our driver for the next 4 days before setting off for South Luangwa Park, 40km away. On the way, you will pass through sublime landscapes of palm forests and typical Zambian villages (approx. 40 minutes). Settle into our camp for the next 4 nights on the banks of the Luangwa River. This superb unfenced camp is located in an area where elephants frequently roam, and numerous antelopes often move through the middle of the camp.     


Depart for your first afternoon game drive in South Luangwa National Park.  A typical day in South Luangwa begins with a continental breakfast, followed by a game drive before sunrise. The safari begins early in the morning to take advantage of the rising sun: around 4 hours of game drive, then back to the camp for brunch and a rest before setting off again on the afternoon safari to capture images at nature's pace.

This will be followed by a night safari after sunset, which should allow us to observe nocturnal animals such as genets, civets, porcupines and why not a leopard on the hunt.

After 4 nights in our first camp, we leave for another 5 nights in another camp further north in the very remote Nsefu area. This area is very prolific at the peak of the dry season, when large herds of buffalo gather and are closely followed by troops of lions. It is also a breeding area for colonies of tantalus ibis and other birds. There are very few safari vehicles on the road here: ideal for disconnecting from the modern world and enjoying the sounds of nature.


  • 1 night in a Bed & Breakfast in Lusaka

  • 4 nights in an immersion safari tent in the central region of South Luangwa

  • 5 nights in reed chalets in the Nsefu region


8 nights in one of Africa's wildest and most beautiful parks
exceptional photographic opportunities of large predators
accompanied by a private English-speaking safari guide
an exceptional diversity of bird and mammal species


Included in the package

  • 1 night's accommodation in a Bed & Breakfast in Lusaka

  • return domestic flights (Lusaka - Mfuwe)

  • 4 nights in an immersion safari tent in the central region of South Luangwa

  • 4 nights in reed chalets in the Nsefu region

  • 3 meals a day

  • water, tea, coffee

  • all safaris in private 4x4 vehicles

  • walking safaris on request

  • entrance fees to national parks

  • my accompaniment as a private English-speaking safari guide

  • private driver

  • transfers to/from Mfuwe airport

  • donation to LCCF (Luangwa Conservation & Community Fund)

  • international flights

  • drinks not listed

  • travel cancellation insurance

  • optional excursions and activities

  • tips for guide(s) and staff members

  • vaccinations (recommendations by the French Institut Pasteur)

  • PCR test if necessary

  • tourist visa

Not included in the package

  • 4,950€ per person based on 4 participants (excluding flights)

  • 7,500€ per person based on 2 participants (excluding flights)

*degressive price depending on the number of people


the itinerary in snapshots ...


NB: all the tours on offer are organised by specialist agencies. However, I accompany clients on the various safaris.


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