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Liuwa Plains National Park

Boasting one of the oldest conservation histories in Africa, Liuwa Plain was proclaimed a protected area in the early 1880s by the head of the Lozi tribe, King Lewanika.

Its 3,660 km2 of broad savannah are home to the second biggest wildebeest migration on the continent, a flourishing cheetah population, the famed Lady Liuwa lion pride, Africa's densest concentration of endangered wattled cranes and other rare game. Yet it remains one of Africa's greatest secrets. After running safaris from a more basic camp for a few years, Time + Tide King Lewanika opened in 2017.The first permanent camp in the area and run entirely on solar, the lodge was conceived in collaboration with African Parks. Since 2003, AP has managed the national park in partnership with the Zambian Department of National Parks and Wildlife and the Barotse Royal Establishment, the monarchy of the Lozi people who live in and around the park.

Classic Camps - Most Affordable

Luxury Camps - Mid-Range Luxury

Premier Camp - High-End Luxury

Family Camp - Focussed on families and couples

Exclusive - Includes all rooms and private activities

Rates are per person, per night (Exclusive is per camp, per night) sharing during the low season and exclude any transfers. Payment is accepted in £Sterling and €uro's at the current exchange rates. Children receive a discount which varies depending on season and operator. Please get in touch for a full, bespoke, tailor-made itinerary, fully costed including local charter flights and any long-stay and child discounts.

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