Only a lucky few get to experience the remote wilderness wonderland of Liuwa Plain National Park, in far western Zambia. For most of the year the park is inaccessible, and the old camp was was often used by the African Parks conservation organisation. However, Norman Carr Safaris run their epically exclusive King Lewanika Lodge. They are open when a lot of other camps in Zambia close due to the rains, making this a great place to visit in our winter. The lodge first opens in late October until mid-July.
The remarkable plains wildlife, including a vast antelope migration, is one of the many spectacles you can witness on these specialist itineraries. Liuwa Plains is also home to the second largest wildebeest migration in Africa, second only to the great migration of East Africa. Come along and experience nature as it should be.