Zambia Safari Images
South Luangwa National Park is the most accessible game-rich safari destination in Zambia. The most famous name that comes to mind in this context is Norman Carr, a pioneer in the conservation of wildlife for the benefit of the local people.
The safari company that bears his name, Norman Carr Safaris, still operates from the main camp at Kapani in the Luangwa Valley. Norman Carr’s Wilderness Trails – the walking safari - will be familiar to anyone with an interest in experiencing authentic Safaris in remote areas of Africa.
Another Safari company, following the Safari footsteps of David Livingstone, who passed through the area in December 1866, Chikoko Walking Trails offers one of the most authentic walking experiences in the Luangwa Valley.
Guests walk between Crocodile River Camp and Chikoko Tree Camp along hippo footpaths- no roads, no cars! Real Africa and a Real Safari!
Safari - in the North Luangwa
For the wildest Safari - fly North to the North Luangwa National Park. Mwaleshi Camp overlooks the clear Mwaleshi River in a walking wilderness known for its lion, herds of buffalo and Cookson’s wildebeest. Mwaleshi is a unique experience of peace, comfort, simplicity and untouched, untamed Africa.
Remote Africa Safaris is the “once in a life time experience” you will be drawn to repeat over and over again!