South Luangwa National Park is a rich, bountiful landscape
at the end of the Great Rift Valley. It provides sanctuary
for an impressive variety of birds and mammals; is
renowned for its leopards, and is home to possibly
the world’s largest concentration of Nile crocodiles.
But you’ll never forget your first look at a
The sheer size of the beasts, their regal bearing,
piercing pale yellow eyes, and their deep primeval
roaring at dawn leave you with the indelible impression
of a place where the world is still wild, a place
not yet tamed, indeed, a place that should not be
This is the real Africa.
Lion Camp is located deep inside Zambia’s South
Luangwa National Park, a 3,500 square mile (9,050
square kilometer) wilderness first explored by Stanley
and Livingstone some 150 years ago. It is here you
will find the perfect blend of safari elegance, hospitality
and premier game-viewing opportunities.
For more information, see our Safari
Activities section or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org