Liuwa Plain National Park in Zambia has one of the oldest conservation histories in Africa, dating back to the 19th century where the King of Barotseland, Lubosi Lewanika, appointed his people to be the custodians of the park and its wildlife.
With over 12,500 people legally living within the park, Liuwa is a prime example of how people and wildlife can co-exist and benefit in a shared landscape.
Liuwa is home to the second largest wildebeest migration on the continent and is one of the most glorious spectacles on the planet. Liuwa Plain Highlights
Liuwa’s wildebeest migration is the second largest on the continent and the lions follow
The five-star luxury camp, King Lewanika Lodge.
Liuwa it the largest employer in the region with over 90% of its work force being local residents.
Liuwa supports 28 schools for more than 11,000 students and covers 89 scholarships a year.
Liuwa is home to large herds of wildebeest, plains zebra, red lechwe, tsessebe, Cape buffalo and a thriving spotted hyena population as well as the Cheetah.
King Lewanika Lodge
Open : 01 Jan - 15 July 15 Oct - 31 Dec 2020
USD350 per sharing per night
USD500 single per night
Park fees USD60 per night
CAMPING IN THE PARK
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