North Luangwa National Park is where (scientist and best-selling author) Delia Owens settled in to research the local wildlife and surroundings. Known as the most remote, real and untouched part of Africa; Delia’s husband is quoted as saying “Here’s where civilization ends,” of North Luangwa. The park is well preserved and practically untouched, which means that you’ll bear witness to the best game viewing opportunities in Zambia, if not in all of Africa.
North Luangwa National Park is technically not open to the public. It also doesn’t have any permanent lodges. That’s why we re-build our beautiful Mwaleshi Camp from natural materials every year. Our thatched chalets also offer uninterrupted, breathtaking views of the Mwaleshi River. As the park is not open to the public, we offer exclusive access on foot, led by one of our experienced guide and an armed National Park scout. With our guide and tracker, you’re almost guaranteed to see the entire Big 5 on foot. Our exclusive walking safaris offers you the opportunity to experience the African bush with all your senses as you navigate and blend seamlessly and quietly into nature.
There are very few roads in the North and South Luangwa National Park, and no game drive vehicles are allowed, so you likely won’t see any other humans for the duration of your stay or during your safari experience. No queues to witness sightings, no radios, no noise and no interruptions.
You won’t find a more tranquil or natural environment to experience Africa in its purest form, completely untouched and undisturbed by mankind. Take a look at our packages for more information and start planning the best safari experience in Africa.