Luambe National Park
Luambe National Park
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Along the Luangwa River, a major water source for both the animals and the communities.

Luambe National Park is a nature reserve located in the Eastern Province of Zambia. It covers an area of approximately 2540 square kilometers and is home to a wide range of African wildlife. The park is situated along the Luangwa River, which is a major water source for both the animals and the surrounding communities.

Visiting Luambe National Park is a unique and unforgettable experience. It offers a true African safari experience that is hard to find elsewhere. The park is home to a wide range of animals, including elephants, lions, leopards, zebras, giraffes, and many more. The park is also a bird watcher's paradise, with over 200 species of birds recorded in the area.

The best time to visit Luambe National Park is during the dry season, which is from May to October. During this time, the animals are more concentrated around the water sources, making it easier to spot them. Visitors to the park can choose from a range of activities, including game drives, guided walks, and boat safaris. There are also several campsites and lodges within the park, offering visitors a chance to stay close to the wildlife and experience the true beauty of Africa.

Along the Luangwa River,  a major water source for both the animals and the communities.
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Luambe National Park
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Natural resource
Place of interest
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Safaris
Luambe National Park, one of Zambia’s smallest national parks, is a unique destination for tourists looking to explore African wildlife. Situated in the heart of the Luangwa Valley between Lukusuzi and North and South Luangwa National Parks, it offers stunning views and an array of large game species such as puku, impala, warthog, bushbuck, waterbuck, kudu, hippo and zebra. Located in Zambia's Eastern Province and surrounded by the Luangwa River and its oxbow lagoons, Luambe National Park is an ideal spot for a safari camp getaway. Spread over only 63 km² (24 sq. miles), the park provides an opportunity to witness nature’s beauty at its finest. Whether it's viewing the majestic herds of buffaloes from a distance or simply admiring the abundant birdlife, visitors will not be disappointed with their visit to Luambe National Park. The park has experienced a rapid growth in popularity among tourists and local travellers alike over recent years. With a wide selection of accommodation options, from luxury lodges to basic campsites, there's something for everyone in this unique corner of Zambia.